Monthly Archives: June 2014

Esports? – by Tim Ostertag

Auction ALL KILL Starleague 2012 Grand Final. Hanyang University olympic gym in Seoul, South Korea.   “Please get behind the line or keep walking!“ The security man behind me keeps telling in regular intervals. Penned in by a crowd of

Esports? – by Tim Ostertag

Auction ALL KILL Starleague 2012 Grand Final. Hanyang University olympic gym in Seoul, South Korea.   “Please get behind the line or keep walking!“ The security man behind me keeps telling in regular intervals. Penned in by a crowd of

Diaspora community in New York City by Venetia Wan

Behind every hustle and bustle of a big metropolis, there are always corners and secrets yet to be discovered. In the east of lower Manhattan in New York, an ethnic enclave of Chinese immigrants can be found. These Chinese immigrants

Diaspora community in New York City by Venetia Wan

Behind every hustle and bustle of a big metropolis, there are always corners and secrets yet to be discovered. In the east of lower Manhattan in New York, an ethnic enclave of Chinese immigrants can be found. These Chinese immigrants

Who are “we”?

Who are ‘we’? The web project **An invitation to anthropologists around the world: Share your thoughts and experiences here!** Who do ‘we’ anthropologists think we are? And how do our collective identities and relations – as part of wider communities,

Who are “we”?

Who are ‘we’? The web project **An invitation to anthropologists around the world: Share your thoughts and experiences here!** Who do ‘we’ anthropologists think we are? And how do our collective identities and relations – as part of wider communities,

Lifelines – a short video portrait from the Himalayas by Jane Dyson

In a village 2500m high in the Indian Himalayas, life is changing. Many of the younger generation seek to chart a new course, different from those of their parents. This is one man’s story of juggling responsibilities and fighting for

Lifelines – a short video portrait from the Himalayas by Jane Dyson

In a village 2500m high in the Indian Himalayas, life is changing. Many of the younger generation seek to chart a new course, different from those of their parents. This is one man’s story of juggling responsibilities and fighting for

Every fairytale needs a good old-fashioned villain – by Laura Klöpping

Portrayals of „the evil“ have always been an important part of films from all around the world. Not only do we find detailed portrayals of the villain in contemporary „western“ movies and series, but the figure of the antagonist is

Every fairytale needs a good old-fashioned villain – by Laura Klöpping

Portrayals of „the evil“ have always been an important part of films from all around the world. Not only do we find detailed portrayals of the villain in contemporary „western“ movies and series, but the figure of the antagonist is

WTF?! – A personal account of the Anthropological Students’ Symposium 2014 at Vienna – by Salome Heyn

“What the f***?!” – The title of this year’s Anthropological Students’ Symposium at Vienna brought to my mind first of all the reaction I most regularly get after having revealed my subject of study. At second sight though, there is

WTF?! – A personal account of the Anthropological Students’ Symposium 2014 at Vienna – by Salome Heyn

“What the f***?!” – The title of this year’s Anthropological Students’ Symposium at Vienna brought to my mind first of all the reaction I most regularly get after having revealed my subject of study. At second sight though, there is