The Anthropological Association of Ireland exists to promote social and cultural anthropology within Ireland.
Anthropological Association of Ireland, 27-28 September, Maynooth University Conference Programme All events except Conference Dinner take place in the IONTAS building, North Campus Friday 27 …
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Friday and Saturday, 27-28 September 2019Maynooth University Creativity has been dominated by very individualized discourses in Western understandings of everything from art to scholarship to …
The most recent issue of the Irish Journal of Anthropology is now available online in gold open-access form.
Irish Journal of Anthropology
Open Call for Contributions
Special Issue: Creative Ethnography: Epistemologies, Pedagogies, Possibilities
This special issue of the Irish Journal of Anthropology seeks to explore creative ethnography, in all its forms and possibilities, from a range of methodological perspectives within anthropology and beyond.
Contributions from and collaborations with the humanities, sciences, arts, medicine, law, architecture, and engineering, for example, are all encouraged. The issue will be peer-reviewed and will be published in Autumn/Winter 2019. Continue reading “Special Issue on Creative Ethnography: Open Call for Contributions”