Department of Social Anthropology

Faculty of Social and Educational Sciences

Department of Social Anthropology

Students using technology, photo
Social Anthropology is the comparative study of culture and society. The starting point of the discipline is the cultural diversity in the world, and anthropologists study the social processes that produce, change and maintain this diversity.

Contact

Contact

  Staff
  (+ 47) 73 55 89 07
  kontakt@sosant.ntnu.no


Postal address:
NTNU, Department of Social Anthropology
NO-7491 Trondheim
Norway

Visiting address:
Dragvoll, Building 7, Level 4

PhD Course

PhD Course

Course responsible: Carla Dahl-Jørgensen and Harald Aspen
Contact person: Geir Tvedt
Application deadline: 15. September 2021

PhD course in ethnographic method for PhD students in social anthropology and other fields in which ethnographic method is of relevance. The course starts mid-day on the 17th and ends at mid-day on the 19th of November. Detailed program of the course will be announced after the registration deadline.

We have a limited number of places available. To the extent possible, the course will take place on campus at NTNU in Trondheim, but lecturers and participants may also participate online due to travel restrictions.

https://www.ntnu.edu/studies/courses/SANT8004
https://www.ntnu.no/studier/emner/SANT8006

Publications

Publications

Children reading in a report, Africa
Harald Aspen / NTNU

Publications