Mgr. Dominik Černý
Dear Colleagues, fellow Anthropologists,
We would like to invite to the ANTHROPological Student Conference 2022 (i- ANTHROP).
The main theme of the conference will be the fundamental issues and challenges that we as anthropologists are facing in the coming decades. We invite contributions from both biological anthropology and social cultural anthropology discussing, but not limited to, the following three primary areas of focus within the European Research region:
1) Health, demographic change and well-being: The improvement of people's health and standard of living throughout the life course.
2) Innovative and safe inclusive societies: How are various populations around the globe working to develop innovative, safe and inclusive societies within the context of change and growing global interdependence?
3) Digital technologies, interconnectedness and privacy: Recent advancements in how data are collected, stored and shared have introduced enormous research potential. However, these technologies can introduce challenges to personal privacy and security. How is the interface between advancing methodologies and personal security being managed? What are suggestions for the future?
We welcome different and creative interpretations of these topics, as well as contributions from other areas of interest within anthropology.
There will be no fee to attend the conference, and food and accommodation will be covered by the organizers for presenting participants. Abstracts will be evaluated and selected by a committee of anthropologists and experts. The authors will then have the opportunity to publish their paper in the peer-reviewed journal Anthropologia Integra.