Furthering Questions   Abraham Heinemann      Andrea Zuppi
• All the blurry part
QUESTIONS
If anthropology is shaped by how it is delivered and therefore how it is understood,is this why our expectations are lost ...
Is it fair to ask to anthropology to stretch its boundaries to fit personal values and goals?
Did we just misunderstood anthropology in all its senses?
Can these feelings of ours be considered as the ‘emergent’ in social anthropology?
Can the empirical strength of a holistic approach survive in a culture of reductionism, without explicitly materialising i...
Is it enough to be a holistic overview of other disciplines?
Is it good enoughfor social anthropology to be a largely ignored discipline?
What is the link between our thoughts and the fact that anthropology is not publically understood?
Should we not go crazy with experimentation?
Questions• If anthropology is shaped by how it is delivered and  therefore how it is understood, is this why our expectati...
Thank You
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  1. 1. Furthering Questions Abraham Heinemann Andrea Zuppi
  2. 2. • All the blurry part
  3. 3. QUESTIONS
  4. 4. If anthropology is shaped by how it is delivered and therefore how it is understood,is this why our expectations are lost betweenthe importance we give anthropologyand the lack of tangible outcomes?
  5. 5. Is it fair to ask to anthropology to stretch its boundaries to fit personal values and goals?
  6. 6. Did we just misunderstood anthropology in all its senses?
  7. 7. Can these feelings of ours be considered as the ‘emergent’ in social anthropology?
  8. 8. Can the empirical strength of a holistic approach survive in a culture of reductionism, without explicitly materialising its importance?
  9. 9. Is it enough to be a holistic overview of other disciplines?
  10. 10. Is it good enoughfor social anthropology to be a largely ignored discipline?
  11. 11. What is the link between our thoughts and the fact that anthropology is not publically understood?
  12. 12. Should we not go crazy with experimentation?
  13. 13. Questions• If anthropology is shaped by how it is delivered and therefore how it is understood, is this why our expectations are lost between the importance we give anthropology and the lack of tangible outcomes?• Is it fair to ask to anthropology to stretch its boundaries to fit personal values and goals?• Did we just misunderstood anthropology in all its senses?• Can these feelings of ours be considered as the ‘emergent’ in social anthropology?• Can the empirical strength of a holistic approach survive in a culture of reductionism, without explicitly materialising its importance?• Is it enough to be a holistic overview of other disciplines?• Is it good enough to be the ignored discipline?• What is the link between our thoughts and the fact that anthropology is not publically understood?• Should we not go crazy with experimentation?
  14. 14. Thank You

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