17. marts 2017
External Lecturer for the course "Ethnographic Approaches to Migration Issues in Scandinavia".
The course introduces students to various migration and integration issues in a Scandinavian context based on ethnographic studies carried out by anthropologists. The course discusses both migration and the Scandinavian countries as ethnographic fields of research. The interconnectedness of these fields will be explored through various anthropological research areas such as identity, religion, medical anthropology, policy and the welfare state – using Danish, Swedish and Norwegian ethnography on immigration and integration.
Duration of the course is 14 weeks and classes are taught 3 hours per week, Mondays from 15:00-18:00. There is an existing course plan as well as teaching materials but the lecturer is welcome to revise the course.
Applicants for this position must have at least a Master degree in anthropology (kandidatgrad). Teaching experience is an advantage. We expect commitment to our discipline and a desire to ‘spread the message’ to students from other disciplines.
The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background.
Deadline for applications: April 2, 2017.
Employment will begin on September 1, 2017
Read more about the position and apply here.