Doing Anthropological Research - 7 lecture course
- Joost Beuving
- Wednesday 7 September 2022 - Saturday 10 December 2022
- Janskerkhof 15a
- all dates JK15a room 003, except on Dec 9th JK15a room 002
This course is an important building block in our NESA program. Especially first year PhD’s are invited to participate. Other interested PhD's still orienting in the Anthropological field of research and methodology are also welcome to take part. Limited spots are available so we advise you to register promptly.
The full course takes place in November & December on Monday afternoon from 13:30 – 17:00 hrs.
The course exist of several meetings. See the PDF for the course description. Once you have signed up you will receive a document to prepare. Contact: NESA@fsw.leidenuniv.nl.
This advanced research course helps you, a PhD student in anthropology and/or a related social science discipline, to broaden and deepen your ethnographic literacy. The course considers ethnography as anthropology’s epistemological core, and it is organised around five emergent problems in anthropological research