With the current issue Engaged Anthropology in and beyond Switzerland (TSANTSA 27/2022), TSANTSA has published for the first time an online-only issue. With this project, the editorial team tests the potential of faster publication rates. For the editorial team, it increases the flexibility of the publication process, while authors and readers benefit from a more rapid availability of the contributions.Read more about TSANTSA Online Issue 27/2022 "Engaged Anthropology in and beyond Switzerland" published
TSANTSA is the journal of the Swiss Anthropological Association SAA. It publishes ethnographically and theoretically grounded contributions on current issues and debates in social anthropology. As a tri-lingual journal with articles in English, French, and German, it seeks to strengthen the dialogue between different theoretical strands and scholarly traditions. TSANTSA’s wide thematic scope encourages conversations across the discipline and between the various subfields of social and cultural anthropology.
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TSANTSA's special issue "Engaged Anthropology in and beyond Switzerland" aims to shed light on and recognize the full potential of engaged anthropology and its place in academia and beyond. It argues for an inclusive approach to be both theoretically enriching and methodologically grounded in diverse practices and forms. The introduction addresses common confusions and obstacles distracting engaged anthropology from its core premises and potentials. As the Interface Commission of the Swiss Anthropological Association (SEG), we seek to deepen the conversation about how engagement bolsters the discipline to stay relevant and robust, and embark on new paths of theoretical reflection. By "repositioning" engaged anthropology at the heart of contemporary anthropology, we seek to overcome unproductive dichotomies on engagements and practices by embracing critical reflexivity in the process of knowledge production and social action.
Guest editors: Peter Larsen, Doris Bacalzo, Mò Bleeker, Patrick Naef, Eda Elif Tibet, Leïla Baracchini, Susie Riva