Vol. 10 No. 2 (2021): Special Issue: Teaching Anthropology in Southern Europe

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This Special Issue collects contributions that address aspects of teaching and learning anthropology and ethnography in Southern and, more specifically, South-Eastern Europe and parts of Eastern Europe, in both discipline-related and interdisciplinary, academic and non-academic contexts. It offers a forum for an inter-disciplinary exchange about the ways we study society and culture in these contexts. Thus, it brings together papers that discuss the teaching practices and the state of anthropology and the other ‘kin’ disciplines concerning the specificities of the national educational systems and the particular teaching environments. It also involves anthropology’s and the other disciplines’ flexibility to engage with alternative methodologies and reflexive approaches towards the prevailing political ideologies, the role of education and the perceptions of the ‘Self’ and the ‘Other’.

Ioannis Manos, Guest Editor, On behalf of the TAJ editorial team

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Published: 2021-09-02