PhD in Social Anthropology
Our doctoral programme is aimed at preparing professional anthropologists able to perform both in academia as well as in the public and private research and policy sectors.
Candidates pursue their own research projects (which normally involve at least one year of ethnographic fieldwork) under the supervision of a staff member. They must also take courses on philosophy of science, anthropological theory, and research methods. We cooperate with Norway's other departments through the Network for Anthropological PhD Training in Norway. Under this framework we host the PhD Course in Ethnographic Method SANT8004 and our doctoral candidates usually also take the Newer Anthropological Theory course hosted jointly by the universities of Bergen and Oslo.
Contact: Phd Coordinator Carla Dahl Jørgensen. email: email@example.com