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Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology: Global Ethnography

Global Ethnography is a specialisation of the master's programme Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology and is offerd by the Insitute of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology. It is a one year master's programme of 60 EC (European Credits).

During this specialisation, you use ethnography as a method which enables you to analyse and report on a wide range of everyday practices of individuals, groups, and societies as they find themselves embedded within complex processes of social change. You will obtain know-how of studying vulnerabilities, for example ecological change and a call for sustainability, economic precariousness or the deep impact of media culture, whilst scrutinising and learning from often very local forms of resilience to such challenges.

Admission and application:
For information regarding the admission to the master's programme Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology, Specialisation Global Ethnography, please check our website.

Note: This Specialisation starts in September and in February

Schedules:
Use the link under Bestanden to access the schematic time-table for Global Ethnography. Room numbers and other details can be found at the website and in the course descriptions (see below).

September Intake

Vak EC Semester 1 Semester 2
Large Issues, Small Places: Theorising Ethnographic Research 10
Research Design for Global Ethnography 5
Research Proposal 5
Ethnographic Fieldwork 20
Thesis Seminar 5
Master Thesis Project 15

February Intake 2018: 2nd part of the programme

This is the second part of the programme for students that started in February 2018.

Vak EC Semester 1 Semester 2
Large Issues, Small Places: Theorising Ethnographic Research 10
Thesis Seminar (February Intake) 5
Master Thesis Project 15

February Intake 2019: 1st part of the programme

This is the first half of the programme for students that start in February 2019.

Vak EC Semester 1 Semester 2
Research Design for Global Ethnography (February intake) 5
Research Proposal 5
Ethnographic Fieldwork 20