HAU Network of Ethnographic Theory

Anthropology and Social Change is now a member of the HAU Network of Ethnographic Theory (the HAU-N.E.T.). HAU is an international network of research centers and anthropology departments working together to support HAU’s flagship journal and its innovative book series.

For more information visit http://www.haujournal.org/index.html

Currently, HAU-N.E.T. consists of the following institutions:
University of Aarhus (DK) – EPICENTER: The Centre for Cultural Epidemics; University of Amsterdam (NL) – Department of Sociology and Anthropology; University of Bergen (NO) – Department of Social Anthropology; Brown University (US) - Department of Anthropology and Library; California Institute of Integral Studies (US) – Department of Anthropology and Social Change; University of Canterbury (NZ) – Department of Anthropology; University of Chicago (US) – Department of Anthropology; University of Colorado Boulder Libraries (US); CNRS (France) - Centre d’Etudes Himalayennes; Cornell; University (US) – Department of Anthropology; University of Edinburgh (UK) – Department of Anthropology; The Graduate Institute, Geneva Library (CH); University of Helsinki (FL) – Faculty of Social Sciences, Social and Cultural Anthropology; Johns Hopkins University (US) – Department of Anthropology; University of Kent (UK) – Department of Social Anthropology; Lafayette College Library (US); Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon (PL); University of Manchester (UK) - Department of Social Anthropology; The University of Manchester Library (UK); Max-Planck; Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity at Göttingen (Library) (DE); Museu Nacional - UFRJ (BR) - Department of Anthropology; Norwegian Museum of Cultural History (NO); Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (CL) - Department of Anthropology; Princeton University (US) – Department of Anthropology; University of Queensland (AU) – Department of Anthropology; University of Oslo (NO) – Department of Social Anthropology; University of Oslo Library (NO); University of Rochester (US) – Department of Anthropology; Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosi (MX) – School of Social Sciences and Humanities; University of Sydney (AU) – Department of Anthropology

Benemérita Universidad Autónoma

Anthropology and Social Change has established a formal relationship with the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma in Puebla, Mexico. More precisely, our MA students, who are fluent in the Spanish language, are now able to continue their doctoral studies in the Institute Social Sciences and Humanities in Puebla. The Institute is a home to some of the most significant theorists and social scientists from Latin America, including Raquel Gutierrez Aguilar, John Holloway, and Sergio Tischler.  The agreement include fellowships, faculty and student exchange opportunities, and many other exciting collaborative projects.

For more information on the Autonomous University of Puebla, visit http://www.buap.mx/
For questions about the study opportunity email Andrej Grubacic at agrubacic@ciis.edu

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