Students end the Master's program by writing a Master's thesis.
During the last three months of the Master's program (April-June),
students write up their Master's thesis, in which analyze their
empirical data and link it up with anthropological theory. Throughout
this period students receive supervision from their individual
supervisors. Besides that, they participate in thesis writing seminars,
also called Graduate seminars (GS). Graduate seminars are workshops and
lectures that guide them through the writing process of their their
thesis, till the day of submission of their finalized version. GS will
complement the supervision that you receive from your supervisor(s) and
will assist you in incorporating their views during your writing
Master's thesis (100%).
Attendance and participation in the graduate seminar is mandatory. In
all parts a pass must be achieved.
Writing for Academic Success, Second Edition, by Gail Craswell and Megan
Poore (text book)
Revisiting the boundaries between ethnography and fiction, by Didier
Fassin Anthropology as irony and philosophy, or the knots in simple
ethnographic projects by Michael Carrithers
That's enough about ethnography! By Tim Ingold
Thinking through fieldwork by Judith Okely
Only after passing the subjects of period 1 and 2 and Field Research.
Students in the Master Social and Cultural Anthropology.