Call for Evidence and Ideas, Digital Anthropology Innovation in Methods, Tools and Education
We invite expert and practitioners from disciplines related to digital anthropology to present their perspectives concerning the project's core questions, collaborating to understand how human communities and societies are interacting with and shaped by digital technologies and how they can become more ethical and inclusive.

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Corresponding Author - The corresponding author is responsible for ensuring the agreement of all authors to the submission of the manuscript in its final form and will be the main point of contact for any queries. *
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Authors - Please list the authors in the order they prefer to be cited online and in future publications. For each author, add a short BIO or a link to the author's BIO online. *
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Question - Please identify the question you are addressing with this contribution. If the question is not among those listed on the website, please indicate why you think this question is relevant. *
Summary – Please summarize your core argument or idea. Feel free to keep it simple and use bullet points. We would appreciate it if you could make your summary less than 150 words or in less than five bullet points. *
Additional comments - Please comment on anything else you think is essential to understand the context or value of the contribution. For example, if it is part of your current or future line of research, if there are similar relevant experiences, or if a particular audience might be especially interested in reading it.
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