Aneta Brunerová

EASA Applied Anthropology Network

Aneta Brunerová

EASA Applied Anthropology Network
aneta.brunerova(at)easaonline.org

Biography

Aneta Brunerová is a student of socio-cultural anthropology at Charles University in Prague. In her MS thesis she focuses on minimalism as an alternative lifestyle, drawing on material culture studies and the anthropology of consumption. During her bachelor’s studies, she conducted research in Iceland focusing on the social role of folklore in everyday life.
Aneta believes that the power of observing and listening as the core anthropological methods is the secret ingredient for facilitating communication in an accelerating world. In the future, she wishes to become a part of applied projects aiming to demonstrate why indeed the world needs anthropologists.
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All sessions by Aneta Brunerová

Lunch & Moving Hotspot

12:00-14:00
CAMP - White Room, Atrium, Platform

Coffee Break & Moving Hotspot

15:30-16:30
CAMP - White Room, Atrium, Platform

Lunch – Day 2

12:00-13:00
Charles University

Coffee break – Day 2

15:00-15:30
Charles University

Dinner – Day 2

20:30-21:30
INDIVIDUAL

Lunch – Day 3

12:45-13:45
CAMP - Atrium, White Room, Platform

Site-specific activities

14:45-18:30
Prague - various places

Social event – (A)void

20:00
(A)void Floating Gallery, Rašínovo Embankment / OPEN and FREE