Learning outcomes: This seminar course provides basic knowledge in the theory, history and methodology of social anthropology. It also leads to the specialised approach of certain aspects of the anthropological subject that are chosen by the student.
This seminar contributes to the theoretical and methodological awareness on the major issues that concern contemporary anthropology as well as it provides the conceptual tools and the methodological means that are necessary for the anthropological analysis of various subjects. It also cultivates the critical approach and the sensitivity towards alterity.
This course contributes to the establishment of a critical perspective on self and other. In connection to many other courses in the same program of studies, it cultivates an attitude of understanding and tolerance towards alterity but also invites in creative and inductive thinking.
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Independent teaching activities
Weekly teaching hours
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