This module builds on the anthropological and ethnographic knowledge students have acquired. With reference to contemporary anthropological theories, students will deepen their insights into the world around them and the discipline itself. This will aid in the development of critical thinking and problem solving skills from a contemporary anthropological perspective.
1 other contact session per week, 2 lectures per week
Language of tuition
Module is presented in English
Anthropology, Archaeology and Development Studies
Period of presentation
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