Social Anthropology and Contemporary Swedish Society
A course for exchange students only.
The course is an introduction to modern Swedish society from an anthropological perspective. It is based on issues of politics, social norms and social change in Sweden and on a number of ethnographical research studies. Anthropology is often based on an empirical understanding of people’s experiences and can therefore provide insights into the everyday life of people and organisations. The course enables students to investigate and analyse case studies of social and political changes in Swedish society, for example the views of political governance, work and education, focusing on the way they affect the people concerned. However, an anthropological analysis also ties these local practices to larger processes. The course will train the students to apply basic theoretical concepts and perspectives to empirical cases and to gain an understanding of how global political processes are manifested in local contexts. The students are also to reflect on their own practices and values in comparison with the ethnographical examples addressed in the cours
Please contact the International office
E-mail: incoming [at] sam [dot] lu [dot] se
Find your building in the area "Paradiset"
- House/Hus G The Department of Sociology
- House/Hus H Eden, The Department of Political Science
- House/Hus M The Sociology of Law Department and The Department of Gender Studies
- House/Hus P The Department of Psychology
- House/Hus R Gamla Kirurgen, The Faculty of Social Sciences and Graduate School
- SAMBIB The Social Sciences Faculty Library
- Palaestra et Odeum Address: Paradisgatan 4, Lund
What does "hus" mean?
Hus is Swedish for House. And "rum" means "room". Look for these words on your schedule to find your way to class!