Courses

 

 

The Department of Social Anthropology welcomes all the Erasmus students of the Spring Semester and invites them to present themselves in the classes during the week 7th-11th March 2022. As compulsory attendance is required and the number of students in most classes is limited, no students will be accepted after March 20th.

 

Undergraduate Courses for International Students

A. Undergraduate courses offered in English by the Department of Social Anthropology

Courses in English (open to international and local students) :

Winter Semester

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Anthropology of Islamic Societies (520199), Prof. Gerasimos Makris (Day, room and hour TBD)

Spring Semester

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Anthropology of Youth Cultures, Dr. Natalia Koutsougera (Day, room and hour TBD)

Each course:

  • has 13 lectures
  • requires compulsory attendance
  • has a student evaluation method based on a final exam
  • is worth 7.5 ECTS.

        Tutorials in English (open only to international students):

        Winter Semester


          file extension binIdentity, Alterity and Multiculturalism (520207), Prof. Andreas Notaras (Day, room and hour TBD)

          file extension binAnthropology of Tourism (520198), Prof. Giorgos Tsimouris (Day, room and hour TBD)

The popular has been a contested concept, which has been given in both the past and the present various and often contradictory meanings. The course explores and clarifies this ambiguity and multiplicity and examines the different notions and politics of the popular in the social sciences and the public domain of western societies. It focuses especially on popular music and examines contemporary anthropological, sociological, literary and musicological approaches to popular musical genres, practices and cultures. The history of Greek “rebetiko” and “laiko” and their shifting representations and interpretations will be analyzed as an example. Students are expected to use the framework of the course and write essays on some contemporary or past form of popular music anywhere in the world.

Spring Semester


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Anthropology and Critical Discourse Studies (520230), Prof. Salomi Boukala (Day, room and hour TBD)


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Digital Anthropology (520236), Prof. Petros Petridis (Day, room and hour TBD)

Each tutorial:

  • is based on individual or group tutoring by a staff member
  • has a maximum capacity of 8 students, with priority given to incoming anthropology students
  • requires compulsory attendance
  • has a final essay requirement or a written/oral exam
  • is worth 7.5 ECTS

 

B. Undergraduate courses offered in Greek by the Department of Social Anthropology

Greek-speaking international students are welcome to attend any compulsory and/or elective course offered by our Department.

Each course:

  • has 13 lectures
  • has a student evaluation method based on a final written/oral exam or an essay
  • is worth 5 or 6 ECTS for elective and compulsory courses, respectively, for undergraduate students.

The list of courses is available at:

http://anthropology.panteion.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=432&Itemid=884&lang=el

 

C. Courses offered in English and/or French by other Departments at Panteion

In addition, International Students may select courses in English and/or French offered by any other Department at Panteion University. (List of courses and info: https://erasmus.panteion.gr/index.php/courses-selection).

 

Postgraduate Courses for International Students 

A. Postgraduate courses offered in English by the Department of Social Anthropology


       Winter Semester


       file extension bin The Department of Social Anthropology jointly with the Department of Political Science and History offers, in English, the postgraduate course:

Global Transformations and the Balkans (18th-21st centuries): Historical and Anthropological Perspectives (11M256/52M029), A. Lyberatos, A. Hadjikyriacou, A. Angelidou (Day and hour TBD, Room ΣΤ1 – ΚΕΝΙ, New Building)

The course:

  • has 13 lectures
  • requires compulsory attendance
  • has a final essay requirement
  • is worth 10 ECTS.

 

B. Postgraduate courses offered in Greek by the Department of Social Anthropology

Greek-speaking international students are welcome to attend any postgraduate elective course offered by our Department.

Each course:

  • has 13 lectures
  • requires an essay for student evaluation
  • is worth 10 ECTS.

 

C. Courses offered in English and/or French by other Departments at Panteion University

International Students may select courses in English and/or French offered by any other Department at Panteion University (List of courses and info: https://erasmus.panteion.gr/index.php/courses-selection).

 

D. Undergraduate courses offered by the Department of Social Anthropology (also open to interested postgraduate students)

All undergraduate compulsory and elective courses offered by the Department of Social Anthropology and referred to in the general section on undergraduate courses above, are available to International Postgraduate Students.

E. Field research

Postgraduate students are also welcome to undertake fieldwork and research activities, supervised by members of our staff. At the end of their fieldwork and before leaving Greece, postgraduate students must submit a final research report to their faculty supervisor at Panteion.

 

PhD Fieldwork and Research Activities for International Students

We do not offer any PhD level courses (although all undergraduate and postgraduate courses are also open to interested PhD students).

PhD students are welcome to undertake fieldwork and research activities, supervised by members of our staff. At the end of their fieldwork and before leaving Greece, PhD students must submit a final research report to their faculty supervisor at Panteion.

 

 

 

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