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Updated information about teaching during the fall semester

Beginning Period 3, which starts on November 3, some teaching will be held on campus. Lectures will continue to take place via Zoom.

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Congratulations to Paula Uimonen who has been promoted to professor in Social Anthropology

On October 22, Paula Uimonen was promoted to Professor of Social Anthropology after a decision by the Stockholm University's Vice-Chancellor.

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Ulf Hannerz top influential anthropologist

Ulf Hannerz, emeritus professor of social anthropology at Stockholm University, is number one when Academic Influence lists the most influential anthropologists in the world the last ten years.

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Have you studied or do you study Social Anthropology?

Join the mentorship programme for the Academic Year 2020-21! The Department of Social Anthropology is participating in the Stockholm University Alumni Mentorship Programme for the Academic Year 2020-21. The Programme aims to connect students with alumni in a mentoring capacity for mutual benefit.

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Who believes in conspiracy theories and why?

Anthropologist Annika Rabo from Stockholm University is being interviewed in the podcast “Expert guide to conspiracy theories” by The Conversation.

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Online teaching during the fall

The department of Social Anthropology is preparing for online teaching in periods 1 and 2 during the fall 2020. As a first step to November 2, 2020. More information will come during the fall.

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Information on the coronavirus in relation to Stockholm University's activities is updated continuously.

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