Notes and Changes

This is an external event 

British anthropologist Tim Ingold’s (2008, 2014, 2017) writings have generated considerable interest among social-cultural anthropologists working in the different national traditions that have shaped our discipline, and which our discipline has helped shape. This mini-workshop responds to Ingold’s article: “That’s Enough about Ethnography.” Drawing on their past and future works four anthropologists – Irfan Ahmad, Patrick Eisenlohr, Nathaniel Roberts and Arpita Roy – critically and historically discuss Ingold’s propositions about the salience, shape and value of ethnography and anthropology in order to renew their potential and promise for
the future.