Arnd Schneider is currently Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Oslo, and was formerly Reader in Anthropology at the University of East London and a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Hamburg.
He writes on contemporary art and anthropology, migration, and film.
Arnd Schneider was a co-organizer of the international conference “Fieldworks : Dialogues between Art and Anthropology” (Tate Modern, 2003).
Between 2016 and 2019 Arnd Schneider was a principal investigator (PI) in TRACES (Transmitting Contentious Cultural Heritages with the Arts : From Intervention to Co-production) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programe. This research led to the publication of a book entitled Art, Anthropology and Contested Heritage in 2019.
SCHNEIDER Arnd, 2021. Expanded Visions : A New Anthropology of the Moving Image. London, Routledge
SCHNEIDER Arnd, 2019. Art, Anthropology and Contested Heritage. New-York, Bloomsbury
SCHNEIDER Arnd (ed.), 2017. Alternative Art and Anthropology : Global Encounters. New-York, Bloomsbury
SCHNEIDER Arnd, 2013. Anthropology and Art Practice. New-York, Bloomsbury
SCHNEIDER Arnd, 2010. Between Art and Anthropology. Paris, Berg
SCHNEIDER Arnd, 2006. Appropriation as Practice : Art and Identity in Argentina. New-York, Palgrave
SCHNEIDER Arnd and WRIGHT Chris (eds.), 2006. Contemporary Art and Anthropology. Paris, Berg