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    Lehrstuhl für Europäische Ethnologie / Volkskunde

    Study EE @ JMU

    European Ethnology explores present and past human everyday cultures in all their dimensions.

    The Chair for European Ethnology at the University of Würzburg focuses on the following research areas:

    • Anthropology of spaces
    • Narrative cultures
    • Relations between humans and environments/Multispecies Ethnography
    • Historical Cultural Analysis
    • Religion and Spirituality
    • Anthropology of knowledge
    • Popular Cultures
    • Media Cultures

     

    European Ethnology can be studied in Würzburg as a Bachelor’s programme and a Master’s programme.

     

    Modules of the Bachelor’s programme European Ethnology:

    Further information on the Bachelor’s programme can be found here 

     

    Modules of the Master’s programme European Ethnology:

    Further information on the Master’s programme can be found here 

     

    For all further information please feel free to contact [Elisabeth Luggauer, Erasmus Coordinator for European Ethnology at Würzburg University]