Pecha Kucha-style presentations up to 7 mins. The format will welcome talks by WWNA partners and sponsors, as well as selected participants.
Perspectives will be followed by an energetic panel and Q&A, and will be livestreamed online. A dedicated moderator will ensure that online questions are asked to onsite participants.
- Driving Cross-Cultural Understanding with Children’s Media – Horowitz Research (online)
- Why the World Needs Creator Anthropologists – Matt Artz (onsite)
- Beyond Delight: how technology can give people super senses – Maria Cury and Ian Dull (onsite)
- The Teenage Gaze: A Visual History of Moral Panics About Adolescent Behaviour – Joseph Burgess Wilson (online)
- A critique to the generational(?) divide – Terioska Gámez (online)
- A wake-up call for NGOs, educators and public officials from the old world – Astrid van Steen (onsite)
- Response-ability, plants and humans going through COVID-19: a case study at brazilian sertão – Janice Trajano (onsite)
- Why sustainability is not about technology but about culture (and how anthropologists can help) – Walter Faaij (online)
- Virtual Distancing – Methos (onsite)
Access: onsite and online
Date: Saturday 24 September, 14:30-16:30
Locations: Institute of European Ethnology, Mohrenstraße 41, 10117 Berlin