HUM-543: Social anthropology of motricity
The research group Social Anthropology of Motricity, based in the Department of Social Anthropology, was formed in 1997. It attempts to respond to the social and cultural construction of the body with its casing and its array of movements. The group examines different topics relating to body language, dance, play, sport, etc.
The group is made up of members from the fields of social anthropology, physical education and the nursing department.