The Courses

 

 

FIRST YEAR – COMPULSORY COURSES

FALL SEMESTER

  • Introduction to Social Anthropology
  • Anthropology of Contemporary Greece
  • Introduction to Social Theory
  • Introduction to Political Economy
  • Modern European History

SPRING SEMESTER

  • Introduction to Statistics: Social Statistics
  • Introduction to Social Anthropology II
  • History of Anthropological Thought
  • Anthropological Research in the Mediterranean
  • State and Society in Modern Greece (19th century)

SECOND YEAR – COMPULSORY COURSES

FALL SEMESTER

  • Anthropological Theories of the Family and Kinship
  • Anthropology of Religion and Symbolic Systems
  • Economic Anthropology
  • Urban Anthropology
  • Contemporary Anthropological Theory

SPRING SEMESTER

  • Political Anthropology
  • Methodology of Social Anthropology
  • Anthropological Perspectives of Migration
  • Interculturalism and Education: Pedagogic Theories
  • Anthropological Theories of Nationalism and Ethnicity

THIRD AND FOURTH YEAR – ELECTIVE COURSES

FALL SEMESTER

  • Anthropology and Material Culture
  • Anthropology of Islamic Societies
  • Anthropology and Folklore
  • Anthropology of Health
  • Anthropology of Tourism
  • Identity, Alterity and Multiculturalism
  • Anthropology of Europe and the EU
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Anthropological Perspectives of Popular Culture
  • Anthropology of Violence and Conflict
  • Teaching Social Anthropology and the Social Sciences: Experimental Teaching Methods
  • Anthropology and Space
  • Anthropological Approaches of Diaspora
  • Anthropology of the Balkans
  • Kinship and New Reproductive Technologies
  • Anthropology, Orientalism, Colonianism
  • Visual Anthropology: Theoretical Perspectives
  • Special Issues in European History (20th century)
  • Ethnography of the Middle East
  • Politics of Memory, Trauma and Testimony (Seminar)
  • Methods of Data Collection in Quantitative Social Research
  • Applied Quantitative Research using SPSS (Seminar)
  • Ethnomedicine
  • Information literacy: Methodology for information seeking, evaluation, and use
  • Contemporary Issues in Social Anthropology (Erasmus)

SPRING SEMESTER

  • Anthropology of the Body
  • Ethnographies of non-western Societies
  • Anthropology of Modern Western Societies
  • Anthropology of Law
  • Introduction to Cultural Geography
  • Anthropology of Gender
  • Ethnography and in situ Research Examples
  • History of the Balkan States (19th - mid 20th century)
  • Anthropology and Philosophy
  • Greek Ethnography
  • Anthropology and Archaeology
  • Anthropology and Linguistics
  • Social Transformations in post-Socialist Eastern Europe
  • Anthropology and Museology
  • Anthropology and Art
  • Anthropology and Psychoanalysis
  • Ethnography of Russia and the post-Soviet States
  • Methods of Analysis in Quantitative Social Research
  • Combining Methods in Social Research
  • ‘Indigenous’ Peoples, Sustainability and Globalization
  • Ethnomedicine
  • Digital Anthropology
  • Anthropological Research in Greece and the Mediterranean (Erasmus)

 

 

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