Visual Anthropology works titled “Creating Pantheon-Nature, Colours and Beliefs: A Visual Narrative of Kaliyattam in Kerala” by Anil Gopi, Ph.D. scholar at the Department of Anthropology, University of Hyderabad, has been published by the renowned journal Visual Ethnography, Italy.
VISUAL ETHNOGRAPHY is a peer-reviewed journal listed in Scopus, and dedicated to researches on the production and use of images and audio-visual media in the socio-cultural practices; Digital cultures; Contemporary art and anthropology; Anthropology of Art; Vision and Gaze; Senses and Culture; Objects, Design, Architecture and Anthropology; Bodies and Places in an Anthropological perspective; Theories and methods in Anthropology.
The topics of VISUAL ETHNOGRAPHY cross Visual Anthropology, Anthropology of Media, Digital and Visual Cultures, Museography, Contemporary Art, Photography, Film Studies, Cultural Studies, Anthropology of the Senses, Anthropological Theory.
Anil Gopi is a doctoral research scholar working under the supervision of Dr. George Tharakan C., Associate Professor at the Department of Anthropology, University of Hyderabad. He is presently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Rural and Tribal studies, Kannur University and he teaches Tribal studies, Environment and Culture and Development. He has done extensive Ethnographic Fieldworks in Central and Northern Kerala and specializes in Religion, Ritual, Food, Cyberspace and new Dimensions in Ethnography. Using photography as a major tool, he has contributed to Anthropology of Religion and Rituals in Kerala.
Anil Gopi can be reached on email firstname.lastname@example.org