In October 2004 the EASA Media Anthropology Network set up a mailing list to ease the exchange of information and cooperation among network participants. The list has grown steadily ever since - mostly by word of mouse - and at the time of writing (6 Dec 2013) we have nearly 1,450 subscribers from a wide range of backgrounds and locations.
We use the list to share information on media anthropology events, publications, jobs, etc, as well for spontaneous discussions which complement the more structured e-seminars. PDF documents of these discussions will be made freely available on this page from time to time.
To join the list you can either contact John Postill explaining briefly your interest in the anthropology of media or go directly to the Subscription page. Please give your full name when subscribing as it will accelerate the process.
To edit the subscriber's options, change e-mail, get a password reminder, etc. go to http://lists.easaonline.org/listinfo.cgi/medianthro-easaonline.org.
Although participants are strongly encouraged to join EASA if they meet the criteria of eligibility, membership of EASA is not a prerequisite for subscribing to the Media Anthropology Network mailing list. The mailing list is open to scholars, research students and others anywhere in the world who have a legitimate interest in the anthropology of media.
Once you have joined we would appreciate it if you could introduce yourself and your media anthropological interests to the list by writing to medianthro[at]lists[dot]easaonline[dot]org
February 2014: Discussion on media (anthropology) futures (PDF, 170 KB).
August 2007: Discussion on qualitative data analysis software (PDF, 36 KB).
April 2007: Discussion on journals and open access publishing (PDF, 48 KB).
April 2007: Discussion on Second Life (PDF, 60 KB).
January/February 2007: Discussion on a BBC series query (PDF, 56 KB).
November 2006: Discussion on the movie Borat (PDF, 76 KB).
October 2006: Discussion on reverse anthropology (PDF, 60 KB).
February 2006: Discussion on the Danish cartoon controversy (PDF, 385 KB).
March 2005: Discussion on the definition of media anthropology (PDF, 180 KB).
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