Learning outcomes: LEARNING RESULTS: Comparison of ethnographic studies of Greece, the Mediterranean, and southern Europe, in terms of methodology, specific subjects of study, politics of representation and the history of anthropology in the area.
AIMS OF THE COURSE: In this course-seminar, we examine the ways in which anthropological perspectives have been used in the study of Greek society and other societies of southern Europe. We focus, more specifically, on the recent methodological and thematic developments in anthropology and ethnography in general, which have drastically transformed ethnographic practices in the area.
Work in teams.
Work in an international context.
Appreciate diversity and multiculturality.
Be critical and self-critical.
Advance free, creative and causative thinking.
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Independent teaching activities
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