This year’s hybrid Royal Anthropological Institute Film Festival (RAIFF) has a strong AGENET presence, with a special panel sponsored by AGENET and VANEASA at the festival’s Online Conference. In the Official Selection, there are also several films on aging, the life course, intergenerational relations and care. Check the AGENET Guide to the RAI Film Festival and see you the festival!Read More
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AVA 2021 Award: Winners and Commendations
The EASA’s Age and Generations Network (AGENET), together with EASA’s Visual Anthropology Network (VANEASA) as well as the Association for Gerontology, Aging and the Life Course (AAGE), joint by the AVA 2021 Organizing Committee and the Board of Judges with great pleasure announce the winners of the inaugural edition of the Ageing and Visual Anthropology Award (AVA 2021 Award).
The Ageing and Visual Anthropology Award (AVA 2021) is for the best anthropological works which through the employment of visual methods address the issues surrounding aging and the life course in creative ways, offering new modes of engagement and understanding. The 2021 edition has been financially sponsored by the EASA funds for Network Activities.
The image is the still from Jón Bjarki Magnússon’s film Half Elf (AVA 2021 Commendation)Read More
Ageing and Visual Anthropology Award (AVA 2021): Award-giving and presentations
Join us on Zoom, Wednesday,1st December at 3pm CET/2pm GMT, to learn who the winner of the inaugural AVA 2021 Award is. The meeting will include presentations of the winning projects (+ Q&A session), followed by a roundtable discussion with all the authors of the AVA 2021 Official Selection. To participate in this free event, please register for the AGENET’s Slow Online Conference.
The image is the still from Jón Bjarki Magnússon’s film Half Elf, which entered the AVA 2021 Official Selection.Read More
Keynote: Journeys of life, love and death: reflections on “expanded ethnographic” methods of collaboration in an existential field – by Professor Paolo SH Favero
The final week of the AGENET Slow Online Conference will start with the keynote, by Professor Paolo Favero, about the emergent collaborative audio-visual/sensory approaches, and their crucial role in creating ethnographic relations and stories of life, love and death.
With this keynote, the EASA’s Age and Generations Network inaugurates the Ageing and Visual Anthropology Award (AVA) 2021.
The keynote will take place on 29th November (Mon), 4pm CET/ 3pm GMT, Zoom. It is open to all who have registered for the AGENET conference. The conference is free but the registration is required.Read More
Call for entries: AVA 2021 Award
AGENET, AAGE and VANEASA are inviting anthropological works which through the employment of visual methods address the issues surrounding aging and the life course in creative ways, offering new modes of engagement and understanding. The most esteemed entries will receive AVA 2021 Award for Best Visual Ethnographic Material Addressing Aging and the Life Course.Read More
(Webinar) Touchscreen: Approaches for a Sensory Ethnography
AGENET and VANEASA are pleased to invite you for a webinar on the use of audio-visual sensory methods (through a smartphone camera) in ethnographic research on aging and the life course. It will be facilitated by Dr. Angela Torresan, University of Manchester, Granada Center for Visual AnthropologyRead More