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Matthias Jud
Anthropological Association South Tyrol
Galerie/Galleria Raffaello Sernesi 24
T: +39 3488953749
Dorothy Louise Zinn
Faculty of Education
Room: DAN 3.15b
Regensburger Allee 16 – viale Ratisbona,
1639042 Brixen-Bressanone
T: +39 0472 014220
F: +39 0472 014009
Elisabeth Tauber 
Faculty of Education
Room: DAN 3.15a
Regensburger Allee 16 – viale Ratisbona,
1639042 Brixen-Bressanone
T: +39 0472 014133
F: +39 0472 014009

About the Anthropological Association South Tyrol

EVAA stands for “Ethnologischer Verein Südtirol / Associazione Antropologica Alto Adige / Assoziaziun Antropologica”. The Anthropological Association South Tyrol was founded on February 18th 2011 in Bozen/Bolzano (I) and positioned in the social and cultural anthropological orientation of anthropology.

Connect – Inform – Promote

The purpose of EVAA is to build a platform for exchange and networking among anthropologists, students, interested people and institutions and to promote anthropological research. The association aims to form a pool of anthropological experts to address specific topics of socio-cultural life. EVAA wishes to promote and present anthropological research in South Tyrol. The events of the EVAA are public and are aimed explicitly at a broad audience interested in anthropology in order to raise current socio-cultural and political topics of interest and promote debate and discussion.

About Geschichte und Region/Storia e regione

GR-SR, founded in Bozen/Bolzano by the Regional History Study Group (“Arbeitsgruppe Regionalgeschichte/Gruppo di Ricerca per la Storia Regionale”) in 1992, is intended to be a project on regional history at the intersection of German- and Italian-speaking scientific traditions. Systematically committed to bilingualism, GR-SR is orientated towards regional history and serves to discuss a methodically innovative science of history in the area of Tyrol-South Tyrol-Trentino and its neighbouring areas.

The forum of GR-SR offers room for the discussion of socio-political questions from the historical point of view as well as reports of exhibitions and conferences. Reviews of important recent publications offer a critical survey of topical historio-graphic productions and intend to stimulate the scientific dialogue.

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