Welcome to the Teaching Tools series inspired by Distribute2020, the biannual multimodal conference presented by the Society for Cultural Anthropology (SCA) and the Society for Visual Anthropology (SVA) in May of 2020. This series interrogates questions of how we, as educators and learners, can critically reflect on what has become a normalized last-minute-pedagogical imperative in our university work and research. We present to you posts inspired by Distribute2020 panels. Panel organizers were asked to pair their panels, all of which are accessible indefinitely through the Distribute2020 website, with readings, activities, and pedagogical tools to be used in the classroom. This series thus interrogates new ways of approaching the teaching of anthropology in expansive and experimental ways, allowing for a reframing of learning and what it means to produce knowledge collectively in these extraordinary times.
Posts in This Series
Introduction: Distribute2020 Teaching Tools
This academic year, many universities around the world made the professoriate wait until the last minute to receive guidance on whether we would be teaching in ... More
Making Worlds Otherwise
This post offers additional materials to complement one of the keynotes, “Miyarrka Media: Making Worlds Otherwise · Hacer mundos de otra manera,” presented at D... More
World Without Clouds
This post offers additional materials to complement the panel, “World Without Clouds: An Anthropological Experiment · Mundo sin nubes: Un experimento antropológ... More
How Do We Work Together? Distribution, Political Labor, and Worker Struggles in Bosnia-Herzegovina
This post offers additional materials to complement the panel, “How Do We Work Together? Distribution, Political Labor, and Worker Struggles in Bosnia and Herze... More
Re/Distribute: Three Radical Economists on (Post)-Apartheid
This post offers additional materials to complement the short film, “Re/Distribute: Three Radical Economists on (Post)Apartheid · Re/distribuir: Tres economista... More
Cosmopolitics at Sea
This post offers additional materials to complement the panel, “Cosmopolitics at Sea · Cosmpoliticas en el mar,” presented at Distribute2020, the biannual multi... More
(Re)distribute Knowledge: Contours of "Disability"
(Con traducción al español)... More