Ecological Anthropology Workshop

Ecological Anthropology Workshop

09. 11. 2021

Monday, November 15th 10:00-15:40

The Inaugural Annual Workshop of the Department of Ecological Anthropology, of the Institute of Ethnology, will be held on Monday, November 15th from 10:00-15:40.

The goal of this workshop is to present the state-of-the-art research questions, field studies, and projects currently being engaged in by the participants, and to productively develop that research through critical exchange. Topics and presenters include:

- “Rewilding a civilized society, or are wolves changing German sensibilities?” by Thorsten Gieser

- “Strict Ontological Continuities”, by Luděk Brož

- “The Importance of Recognizing Difference: Rethinking Central and East European environmentalism”, by Petr Jehlička

- “Tracing Pigs in Transcarpathia: Strategies for entering the field”, by Laura Kuen

- “Economy of Disappearance: Multiple lives of Czech waste”, by Dan Sosna

- “Feral Geographies”, by Kieran O’Mahony

- “The Relations that Bind”, by Paul Keil

Pdf agenda can be found here.

If you would like to learn more, please contact keil [at] This organisation of this workshop has been supported and co-funded by the EU (Call No. 02_20_079 International Mobility of Researchers - MSCA-IF IV, OP VVV, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport).