Courses

CURRICULAR COMPONENTS INTEGRATING THE PROGRAM’S ACADEMIC STRUCTURE

(please bear in mind that the courses bellow are taught in portuguese)

 

A – MANDATORY COURSES COMMON TO THE FOUR RESEARCH LINES

1. Anthropological Theory I

2. Anthropological Theory II

3. Methods of research in anthropology

B – ELECTIVE COURSES

B.1 – ELECTIVE COURSES OF THE RESEARCH LINE: IMAGE, ART AND PERFORMANCE

1. Visual Anthropology

2. Photography, Cinema and Anthropology

3. Art, Social Rituas and Intangible Heritage

4. Consumption Practices and New Media

B.2 – ELECTIVE COURSES OF THE RESEARCH LINE: BODY, HEALTH, GENDER AND GENERATION

1. Gender, Sexuality and Difference

2. Anthropology of Children

3. Life Path and Youth

4. Anthropology of the Body and Health

B.3 – ELECTIVE COURSES OF THE RESEARCH LINE: TERRITORY, IDENTITY AND ENVIRONMENT

1. Territorial Dynamics, Memory and Identity Processes

2. Culture and the Environment

3. Traditions of Knowledge and Religiosities

4. Anthropology and reports

B.4 – ELECTIVE COURSES OF THE RESEARCH LINE: URBAN ETHNOGRAPHIES AND SOCIABILITIES

1. Urban and Daily Anthropology

2. Social markers of difference and struggles for recognition

3. Interventions and sociabilities in the urban context

4. Subversion and urban violence

B.5 – ELECTIVE COURSES OF THE RESEARCH LINE: SOCIAL POLICIES AND DEVELOPMENT

1. Political Anthropology

2. Economic Anthropology

3. Gift, Economy and Social Policies

4. Social Movements and Power Relationships

B.6 – ELECTIVE COURSES COMMON TO FOUR RESEARCH LINES

1. Special Topics
Specific studies with plans, bibliographies, 1 to 4 theoretical credits, according to the themes to be addressed.

C – OPTIONAL ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES COMMON TO FOUR RESEARCH LINES

1. Teaching Internship: Academic activity to be developed by the student according to article 64 of the General Regulation, article 40 of the Regulations of the PPGA and Resolution 26/1999 of the Consepe.

2. Special Studies: Special activities or studies provided for in Article 63 of the General Regulations and in Article 38 of the Rules of Procedure of the PGA.