What Comes Next in European Applied Anthropology?

in Anthropology in Action
Author: Dan Podjed1 and Meta Gorup2
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  • 1 Ergo Institute dan.podjed@ergo-institut.com
  • | 2 Ghent University meta.gorup@gmail.com

Applied Anthropology Network of the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) started its activities in 2012 and has since then grown to 120 members. The newly established network has already tackled some of the crucial issues in Europe related to applied anthropology, and has so far identified at least three key challenges: (1) how to increase employability of applied anthropologists, (2) how to deconstruct stereotypes about their activities (within and without academic settings), (3) how to boost self-esteem of younger colleagues at the beginning of their applied career.

Anthropology in Action

Journal for Applied Anthropology in Policy and Practice


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