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Our aim is to offer students specialized knowledge and scientific methodologies for the study of contemporary social and cultural phenomena. The Department’s study programs – at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels – focus on the themes of kinship ideologies and technologies, contemporary nationalisms, migration and population movements, otherness and education, social suffering and biopolitics, religious rituals and religious movements, space and urban planning, labor and precarity, economy and culture, “commons” and alternative economy, material culture, the state and political institutions, citizenship, humanitarianism and civil society, gender and sexuality, arts, popular and visual culture, language and public discourse, technology and digital culture, the politics of health/illness and disability, social movements and rights.


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The Department of Social Anthropology equips students with the knowledge and scientific/research skills required for systematic and comparative ethnographic analysis, a well-founded epistemological and socially sensitive approach and understanding of social, cultural, and political phenomena, innovative thinking and perspective, familiarity with new technologies and digital culture.


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