Anna Heitger is part of IRI THESys and the graduate program since autumn 2019. Within the BMBF-funded consortium Food4Future, her current project is an ethnographic research of future eating practices.
Anna graduated in Cultural and Social Anthropology (BA and MA) at the University of Vienna with a focus on practice theory and theories at the intersection of Anthropology and STS just before starting her PHD. Since 2019, she is also part of the Laboratory: Anthropology of Environment|Human Relations.
- More-than-human practices, affectivity, materiality, ethnography at the intersection of anthropology and STS
- Eating as human-environment relation
- Feminist and decolonial theory
Heitger, Anna. 2017. Chicana-Feminismus und die Dekolonisierung der Kultur- und Sozialanthropologie, in: Austrian Studies in Social Anthropology, Journal 2/2017. URL: http://www.univie.ac.at/alumni.ksa/index.php/journale-2017/chicanafeminismus.html
Heitger, Anna. 2018. On Self-Tracking as Surveillance Practice, in On_Culture: The Open Journal for the Study of Culture 6. URL: http://geb.uni-giessen.de/geb/volltexte/2018/13906/
Heitger, Anna, 2019. A Printer’s Destiny, in Irish Journal of Anthropology, 22(1), 51-54.
Heitger, Anna (2019): Practices of Self-tracking Technologies in Usage and Design. Individual Strategies and Normative Projects of Objectification. Wien.
Heitger, Biedermann, Niewöhner (2021) More-than-human eating. Reconfiguring environment|body|mind relations in the Anthropocene, in Berliner Blätter. (Forthcoming, Spring 2021)