Vol. 11 No. 2 (2022): Teaching Anthropology
This issue collates innovative teaching practices from contributors around the world as they grapple with teaching anthropology during these curious times. In many accounts, covid-19 remains a looming presence, driving innovations or causing reflection on some very old anthropological questions about how and what we teach. The significance of teaching through sounds, feelings, touch and alternative forms of expression dominates many accounts as educators get to grips with remote learning. Consequently, many papers within this collection stand as testimony to the very unusual times we have lived through, and the ways educators have attempted to bring closeness and collaboration back into socially distanced education.
Cover image: Aerial View of City Buildings by Mikhail Nilov from Pexels.