This special issue explores creative, experimental, and controversial approaches to teaching anthropology. Articles address the embodied, sensory, and affective qualities of teaching and learning about anthropology, as well as considering creative means of engaging with challenging subject matter through art, dance, and drama. Here we also consider ways of challenging the ways that anthropology is taught and the language used to frame the discipline, especially for those encountering anthropology for the first time. 

Published: 2019-05-08