Seven permanent professors and lecturers currently teach at the Department. In addition, external lecturers are on hand to meet curricular needs arising from the courses offered at the Department. Every academic year, a sophisticated teaching programme draws on the full spectrum of methodologies and theories in Comparative European Ethnology as well as Historical and Cultural Anthropology. The master’s programme incorporates a two-semester practice-oriented study project.
To view our complete offering, click through to UNIGRAZOnline and switch to English by clicking on the flags top right; then, from the drop down menu in the “Search” box (also top right), select “Degree programmes” and enter “European Ethnology” as your search term. Under the Department of Cultural Anthropology and Comparative European Ethnology, you will only find the courses with the number 517.xxx!
The Department has a Notebook. Department members can make a reservation by contacting Helga Kreutzer.
Devices at the AV Media Office
Department members can borrow devices from the AV Media Office for use in their degree courses and presentations. Students require confirmation from the Department.