Placing lecture, Tim Ingold


Tim Ingold is a preeminent anthropologist, Chair of Social Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen. Fellow of the British Academy and the Royal Society of Edinburgh and author of numerous books on anthropology. Taking an unconventional view of his discipline. Professor Ingold tries to bring the “4 A’s” [anthropology, architecture, archaeology, and art] together, looking at the ways in which environments are perceived, shaped, and understood.

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  1. stuartelden Says:

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    Tim Ingold on the relation between anthropology, architecture, archaeology, and art.

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