To what extent can anthropologists be involved in social or political activism? How events like the 1965 People’s Tribunal on Crimes against Humanity can help us to reflect on the nature of engaged anthropology.
With the accessibility of new technology and digital cameras, most of us anthropologists these days routinely make images in the field. But how do we handle the issues of trust, privacy and other ethics of ethnographic image-making?
Anthropologists have important insights to add to the public debate about data management. Come join the discussion on our institute’s position paper on October 26th. Here we share some thoughts on ethics, ethnography, and data.