Master Program: Visual Anthropology, Media and Documentary Practices

Deadline for applications extended until 31 May 2020!
Because of the difficulties experienced by applicants due to the coronavirus outbreak, the deadline for the submission of applications for the master course starting in November 2020 has beend extended until 31 May 2020!
In these days we receive a lot of questions from students all over the world if the master course will start as scheduled on 23 November 2020. Based on the information available today, we expect that our master program in “Visual Anthropology” will start as planned. We continue to follow the developments on the coronavirus and will keep you updated on our website. The first module in November 2020 can also be attended online!
In today’s globalized world, where media representations shape social and political spheres, a critical understanding of media and (audio-) visual culture is crucial. Media studies, rooted in social anthropology, offers an in-depth approach to analyzing the complex connections between media, culture and society.
The three-year Master Program trains students in theory and practice in the areas of visual anthropology, the documentary arts (film/photography/installation), media culture and media anthropology. Conceptual and practical knowledge within these areas can be applied in academia, the arts, and culture and media industries, as well as to social, applied, or educational media projects. Students study the theoretical and practical foundations of visual anthropology, they gain experience in film production, project development, and (audio-) visual installation. Ultimately, they acquire the necessary skills for producing their own research projects and media outputs.

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