The Anthropology Research Program

About

As anthropological theories and methods are increasingly being used to communicate empirically-based knowledge about a variety of current topics, such as climate change, health, security, religion, business, and generation differences, a change in anthropological science has occurred.This has raised new theoretical and ethical questions as well as generated new forms of interdisciplinarity, new opportunities for comparison and new opportunities for social engagement.

The research programme functions as an open and experimental collaboration space for researchers and research projects at Aarhus University who use a fieldwork-based and comparative approach to explore and understand modern cultural and social issues.

News and events

News and events are posted in the department's news list and calendar

Research Program Director

Mikkel Rytter

Associate professor
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