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Teaching Research

An integral part of both master's programmes offered by the Department of Cultural and Social Anthropology is the approximately two-months of teaching research - field research led by lecturers, intensively prepared and followed up, and conducted at varying locations and on thematic complexes that change every year. Ideally, the data collected during these research stays is used by students in preparing their final thesis. Moreover, students of our master's programmes receive financial support for their training research component.

Teaching Research 2022Hide

Teaching research in 2022 (start of studies winter semester 2021/22) is on the topic of "Politics of Care in Gendered Fields: Researching Welfare and Power in Africa and beyond". It is supervised by Prof. Dr. Erdmute Alber and Anna Madeleine Ayeh (M.A.).

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Teaching Research 2021Hide

Teaching research in 2021 (start of studies winter semester 2020/2021) is on the topic of "Lifeworlds in the crisis" and is superviesed by Prof. Dr. Andrea Behrends and Prof. Dr. Uli Beisel.

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Teaching Research 2020Hide

Teaching research in 2020 (start of studies winter semester 2019/2020) was on the topic of "Human-Environment Relations" and was supervised by Prof. Dr. Katharina Schramm and Dr. Amiel Bize.

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Teaching Research 2019Hide

Teaching research in 2019 (start of studies 2018/2019 winter semester) was on the topic of "Political Participation in Mauritius: Polls, parties, and everyday practices", headed by Prof. Dr. Alexander Stroh-Steckelberg.

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