Category Archives: Media

Ethnographic films by anthropology students from Heidelberg

Ethnographic film has since long its place in the field of Anthropology. Heidelberg is no exception to this, where every list for a course on ethnographic filmmaking is usually complete long before the semester starts. Five films produced in 2012

Ethnographic films by anthropology students from Heidelberg

Ethnographic film has since long its place in the field of Anthropology. Heidelberg is no exception to this, where every list for a course on ethnographic filmmaking is usually complete long before the semester starts. Five films produced in 2012

“Something like history?… Or about volcanos?”

How often are you asked “Do you study about volcanos?”, when you talk about your profession as a (soon-to-be) anthropologist? While we anthropologists tend to self-reflect a lot (in this blog, for example), we often do not know how non-anthropologists

“Something like history?… Or about volcanos?”

How often are you asked “Do you study about volcanos?”, when you talk about your profession as a (soon-to-be) anthropologist? While we anthropologists tend to self-reflect a lot (in this blog, for example), we often do not know how non-anthropologists

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

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

What is Anthropology?

The possibilities of study within anthropology

What is Anthropology?

The possibilities of study within anthropology

Bharatanatyam – Indischer Tanz in Deutschland

Erste Ideen und Überlegungen, einen Film dieser Art zu verwirklichen, gehen zurück auf eine Indienreise vor knapp zwei Jahren, die mit einem Aufenthalt in einer Tanzschule im südindischen Cochin (Kerala) endete. Bharatanatyam, dessen Inhalte zumeist eine Umsetzung von hinduistischen Mythen

Bharatanatyam – Indischer Tanz in Deutschland

Erste Ideen und Überlegungen, einen Film dieser Art zu verwirklichen, gehen zurück auf eine Indienreise vor knapp zwei Jahren, die mit einem Aufenthalt in einer Tanzschule im südindischen Cochin (Kerala) endete. Bharatanatyam, dessen Inhalte zumeist eine Umsetzung von hinduistischen Mythen

Stranger in Heidelberg

Der Film „Stranger in Heidelberg“ von Christian Beck und Christoph Bertolo lädt den Zuschauer ein, Heidelberg als Touristenattraktion tiefer zu hinterfragen. Jenseits der alten Bauwerke, die den romantischen Charme der Stadt ausmachen, steckt ein ausgearbeitetes Konzept. Ziel der Stadt Heidelberg

Stranger in Heidelberg

Der Film „Stranger in Heidelberg“ von Christian Beck und Christoph Bertolo lädt den Zuschauer ein, Heidelberg als Touristenattraktion tiefer zu hinterfragen. Jenseits der alten Bauwerke, die den romantischen Charme der Stadt ausmachen, steckt ein ausgearbeitetes Konzept. Ziel der Stadt Heidelberg