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. Therefore, Social Anthropologists can develop their professional activity in a wide range of public and private sectors, international organizations, and non-governmental organizations, intervening either directly with scientific expertise in areas such as education, research centers, ethnographic museums, various workplaces, or indirectly, as a consultant to national/regional or local institutions such as Ministries, Local/Regional Government, Independent Authorities, Health and Social Security, technology and digital culture in general. In an era of specialization and rapid development of technology and digital media, multifactorial and multilevel crises where the understanding of diversity (ethnic, cultural, gender, social, economic, religious) constitutes a fundamental democratic condition of coexistence, the above-mentioned skills make the graduates of the Department of Social Anthropology necessary.


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