Around the end of last year, we returned from our 12-month fieldwork assignments in Kenya and Namibia, where we conducted historical and anthropological research among groups that are either currently hunter-gatherers, or were recently so.
Charlie Goodwin and Enid Guene are PhD students in Project E3 “Anthropological Models: A Reconstruction of the First African Frontier” of the CRC 806 at the Institutes of Cultural and Social Anthropology and African Studies at the University of Cologne. Continue reading
Running for the 6th consecutive year, “Dance your Ph.D.” is a Science sponsored contest that challenges scientists to present the outcome of their doctoral research by means of dancing. In other words, contestants are urged to use their bodies “to convey the essence of scientific research”.