Learning from Greverus

Pathways towards Another Aesthetic in Anthropology

in Anthropological Journal of European Cultures

The emergence of modern scientific thought has been characterised by a separation from the realm of art. Among others, German anthropologist Ina-Maria Greverus since the 1970s, in the context of the worldwide critique of the discipline’s formats, pioneered new approaches to articulate anthropological work and findings with and through artistic practices.