Master in VIsual Anthropology emphasises film and other visual and auditive means as tools for successful communication between researchers and local/global communities/networks.The program is international and our students - who have different academic backgrounds - come from countries all over the world.
The students get training to use camera in the research process and make films by developing and working on their own research projects.
The films produced at Master in Visual Anthropology are used for teaching purposes at universities, colleges, high schools and at conferences. Most of the films are screened on different international film festivals; many are screened on television, and also won prizes.
The members of the staff come from various disciplines and are involved in diverse research projects in a wide range of settings. The scope of the projects varies from working with young people on the street, to developing resources for educational purposes at university level