For decades, trends have developed within the discipline of social anthropology (public, engaged, militant) to "open" to the general public and, to some extent, attempts have been made to communicate anthropological research in non-scientific contexts - collective volumes, speeches, articles in non-scientific journals and websites.
The research project "Anthrobombing: Narrative Experimentations for the Design of a Public Anthropology Platform" brings to the fore the issue of access to scientific knowledge as it attempts to explore the conditions for disseminating anthropological knowledge outside academia and the possibilities of anthropology participating in public debate.
In the context of our research, we try to identify or even invent alternative methods of learning and producing anthropological knowledge. Βy introducing "playfulness" into the interactive learning process, we also seek new channels of communicating with the general public, which would move away from the established, conventional and standardized forms of disseminating scientific discourse and scientific knowledge.
This research was co-financed by Greece and the European Union (European Social Fund - ESF) through the Operational Programme «Human Resources Development, Education and Lifelong Learning 2014-2020»