24 Sep 2022
Institute of European Ethnology, Mohrenstraße 41, 10117 Berlin
Action and inspiration-focused workshops lead by designers, anthropologists working on and with generations and regenerative topics, activists, and change practitioners. Direct examples of anthropological and ethnography-inspired methods and tools with wide applicability to business, policy, and activism.
Please note! Demand for the workshops is high, and spaces are limited. Where necessary, we will open waiting lists in case participants are unable to make it to the physical location of the workshops.
- The UNESCO Toolkit for Digital Innovation in Anthropology – Katie Hillier (onsite only)
- The Afterlives of International Development: Concepts and Creative Methods – Yonathan Gez (online only)
- Relational Being & the Relational Turn: A process of re-orienting humanity and our relationships with the more than human world – Joe Culhane (onsite only)
- Alteration vs Alternatives: Finding the intersections between generational needs – Cecile Pujol and Kat Thackray (onsite only)
- Online (visual) archives and (auto-)visual-ethnographies: reappropriating visual materials and exploring historical traumas through a visual storytelling practice – Ines Melo (online only)
- What financial knowledge do consumers need to navigate the ever more complex economic worlds they inhabit? – Helena Linde Pedersen, Erin Taylor and Frank Romagosa (onsite only)
Access: onsite and online, please see description of each workshop
Date: Saturday 24 September, 09:15-11:15
Location: Institute of European Ethnology, Mohrenstraße 41, 10117 Berlin