The Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology offers an integrated program that aims to cross disciplinary boundaries between sociology and anthropology, asking new questions about social analysis, regionalizations, and of sociology and anthropology as disciplines. The Department is committed to a non-Eurocentric perspective. By analyzing the complex process of globalization at both the macro and micro level, students learn to recognize the global and the local as mutually constitutive processes. They are further equipped with a critical and comparative perspective on our contemporary world through a broad range of courses: social theory; place-making; post-colonialism; research methods; urban processes; meanings and practices of gender; social inequalities; dynamics of power and resistance; and the cross-border flow of people, ideas and commodities within the structures of the globalizing world.
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Lecture | 23 Nov 2018
Gaspar Miklos Tamas
Lecture | 22 Nov 2018
Prof Susan Visvanathan
How to do Sociology from Scratch? Research Agendas, Academic Profiles and Political Connotations in...
Lecture | 12 Nov 2018
Seminar | 01 Oct 2018
PhD Doctoral Defense by Rik Adriaans on Time and the Image in the Armenian World: An Ethnography of...
Defense | 07 Sep 2018
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