In February, both proponents and opponents of the postponement of one of Taiwan’s largest religious parades framed their arguments in spiritual terms. Fang-I Chu describes her amazement at the creativity of Han-Chinese Folk religion in Taiwan.
The images in this exhibition give an impression of the work of several researchers, ranging from a study of post-tsunami lives in Aceh to food production and distribution in Poland and the perspectives and experiences of migrant parents and welfare professionals in European cities.
Three of last year’s Leiden City Photographers reflect on practicing anthropology in their backyard and on collaborating with the local newspaper as a medium for visual ethnographies. This is the fourth contribution to our impact blog series.
Unethical social scientific research may negatively impact a society’s trust in our scholarly field. In a recent case of fraudulent research practice the discipline of anthropology, incorrectly, got the blame. This is part three of our impact blog series.