Department of Social Anthropology
The Department of Social Anthropology conducts social anthropological research and offers education in African Studies and Social Anthropology. 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.
Two available full time permanent positions as Associate Professors in Social Anthropology. One with a particular focus on anthropology of organisations and sustainability, and one with a particular focus on anthropology of technology.
Application deadline for both positions 15 August 2018.
Available 4-year temporary position as PhD Research Fellow in Social Anthropology. The PhD-position will be associated with the department’s research group on migration and mobility.
Application deadline 1 July 2018.
PhD Ethnographic Methods Course in Social Anthropology;
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