The grant has had three main forms of output:
1) two panels at international conferences and one international conference (details omitted for want of space, but please see end-of-grant report for details)
2) An online website designed to accompany and disseminate these activities (www.detachmentcollaboratory.org)
3) Publications (not directly funded by the grant, but inspired by discussions emerging from events organised under the auspices of the grant)
- Candea, M. (2010). ""I fell in love with Carlos the Meerkat": engagement and detachment in human-animal relations." American Ethnologist 37(2): 241-258.
- Yarrow, T. (2011b). ‘Maintaining Independence: The Moral Ambiguities of Personal Relations amongst Ghanaian Development Workers’ in A. Meike Fichter and H. Hindman (eds) Living in ‘Aidland’. Kumerian Press
- Trundle, C. (2012) The transformation of compassion and the ethics of interaction within charity practices. In S. Venkatesan & T. Yarrow (eds) Differentiating development. Oxford: Berghahn Books.
b) currently in preparation/in press:
- Trundle, C, Cook, J, Candea, M. and T Yarrow (submitted)“Anthropology beyond engagement? " proposed special issue of American Anthropologist
- Candea, M., Yarrow T, Trundle, C, and J. Cook Detachment: essays on the limits of relational thinking (Book proposal Submitted to Routledge CRESC series.
- Candea, M. (Accepted). ‘Suspending belief: Animal behaviour scientists as abstentionists’ special issue “Anthropology beyond engagement?" IN American Anthropologist
- Trundle, C. (Submitted) Empathy Without Understanding: The Charitable Works of Americans in Florence. special issue “Anthropology beyond engagement?" IN American Anthropologist
- Cook, J. Forthcoming. Directive and Definitive Knowledge: Experiencing Achievement in a Thai Meditation Monastery. In, N. J. Long and H. L. Moore (eds) The Social Life of Achievement. Under review at Berghahn Books.