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Giulia Sinatti
Design/Interviews

Bringing together Social Sciences and industries: An interview with Giulia Sinatti

Giulia Sinatti is an ethnographic researcher driven by a passion for research that is not only scientifically relevant, but can also make a difference in the world we live in. Her core field of expertise is human migration and she has extensive experience working at the crossroads between academia and practice, undertaking research-informed assignments for grassroots… Keep Reading

Fatimah Richmond
Interviews

How does anthropology help Google UX? Interview with Fatimah Richmond

The 6th edition of Why the World needs Anthropologists, significantly titled Designing the Future will focus on Design Anthropology, an emergent discipline combining ethnographic reflectivity and depth with a design-problem solving vocation. To support and promote participation in the Why the world needs Anthropologists: Designing the future event, Antropología 2.0 will post every month an… Keep Reading

ethnographic thinking
Interviews/Methodology

What is Ethnographic Thinking? Interview with Jay Hasbrouck

The book “Ethnographic Thinking” arrives as a required reading in 2018 for all those interested in learning about how ethnographic thinking can help develop culturally informed strategies in organizations, companies and innovation projects around the world. The book is divided into three parts. The first part details some of the core qualities of ethnographic thinking.… Keep Reading

Interviews

The energy transition needs anthropologists

It´s the final countdown! In just a few days the symposium that explores why the world needs anthropologists will start. There are many reasons that make this event so special: the quality of the speakers, its totally free cost, the practical workshops in which attendees can participate or the very interesting networking that is established… Keep Reading

european anthropology
Interviews

Meta Gorup: transforming European anthropology

Only two weeks remain before one of the most important events on Applied Anthropology begins. Of course, we are talking about the EASA Applied Anthropology Network’s annual symposium ‘Why the world needs anthropologists’. On October 28th and 29th, the city of Durham (UK) will host this year´s edition which will address one of the most… Keep Reading

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