Alberto Corsin Jiménez

by JCE February 10, 2015

Alberto Corsín Jiménez is a Senior Scientist in Social Anthropology at the Spanish National Research Council. He has an interest in the organisation of ethnography and anthropological knowledge as descriptive and theoretical forms. He is the author of An anthropological trompe l’oeil for a common world (Berghahn), and editor of Culture and well-being: anthropological approaches to freedom and political ethics (Pluto) and The anthropology of organisations (Ashgate). His current work examines the rise of an urban commons movement and the development of open-source urban hardware projects by architects, artists and engineers.