Updated: Jul 23
Diversity, inclusiveness, multimodal, critical reflexivity, power-differentials, accountability and responsibility, co-creation, humanity, and beyond dichotomies for engaged anthropology -- These are not buzzwords, but crucial concepts explored at the SEG-Interface Commission pilot summer school. Held from June 7 to 12, 2021 at the Centro Incontri Umani - Ascona, Ticino, and supported by the Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences, it addressed the theme of Anthropological Engagement Beyond Academia.
Students from universities in Switzerland gathered to immerse themselves in a non-hierarchical and interactive learning approach with experienced scholars and practitioners. They explored uses of anthropological knowledge and tools and the challenges in particular social contexts of engagements in local and international fields. In this film, participants share their reflections and takeaways from this summer school.