Anthropology of Time Network (ATN) launch
We are excited to announce the launch of the ASA's Anthropology of Time Network (ATN) co-convened by Gabriela Manley, Dr Daniel M. Knight and Dr Felix Ringel (Durham).
The aim of the network is to provide a space that brings together researchers interested in the study of time and temporality, facilitating links between scholars from diverse ethnographic and intellectual backgrounds at any stages of their career to cultivate research collaboration, knowledge-exchange and circulation of ideas.
Its immediate objectives are:
- To provide a space of contact, collaboration and networking for ASA members who engage with the anthropology of time.
- To create a database of anthropologists working with time and temporality.
- To promote and support ethnographic and theoretical innovation in the anthropology of time.
- To foment the study of time and temporality in anthropology more generally across all career levels.
- To support postgraduates engaging with the anthropology of time by creating networking and publishing opportunities as well as creating new contemporary resources on the anthropology of time.
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