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Join the Network
The EnviroAnt network provides a platform for exchange among people involved in environmental and ecological anthropology. The aim is to function as an outreach tool to policy makers, practitioners, other disciplines and the wider society to contribute to the understanding and solving of environmental problems across the world.
You need not be an anthropologist to be able to contribute or benefit from the network’s activities.
Ways to join
1. Subscribe to the EnviroAnt Mailing List.
The mailing list allows you to send emails directly to all members with Environmental Anthropology related content. You will receive calls for papers, conference info, and contemporary issues from your colleagues directly in your inbox.
Simply fill in your email address here and hit ‘subscribe’.
2. Subscribe to the EnviroAnt Newsletter.
Once a month we send out a newsletter to subscribers and through the EnviroAnt Mailing List. This newsletter covers the latest research contributions from the Environmental Anthropology community, upcoming events, and selected relevant news items from across the globe. In this way, you will get a quick overview of what’s happening in Environmental Anthropology.
[we are currently setting up the Newsletter. Subscribing will be possible soon]
3. Connect through Social Media
4. Showcase your work on Environmental-Anthropology.com
On this website we collect original research content and essays on Environment and Anthropology. We welcome blog posts, visual essays, video, etc. Contact the network conveners through firstname.lastname@example.org.
5. Take part in one of EnviroAnt’s Working Groups
EnviroAnt is organised in a number of thematic working groups. Each group is coordinated by one of the network conveners and populated by enthusiastic (academic and non-academic) environmental anthropologists. You are invited to join one or more of these groups and to contribute actively to the future of the network and the field.
EnviroAnt has the following Working Groups:
- Events – organizes a biannual Environmental Anthropology workshop and hosts panels at conferences, including the biannual EASA conference.
- Publishing & Grants – Focuses on the acquisition of funds and seeks collaboration with publishers.
- Media and messaging – takes care of communications including social media and website and collects and distributes relevant content from and to the community.
- Teaching – collects Environmental Anthropology resources for teachers and students.
Please let us know your interest by sending an email to email@example.com.