Research at the Department of Antropology
Department of Anthropology has a strong research culture as a central part of its work. Most members of the academic staff are research active and play an important role in helping the department to remain up to date with the most recent research within its disciplines.
Recently, the institute has also been involved in a number of research projects on the on-going Covid-19 epidemic.
In this section, you will find links to current and completed projects as well as links to our research groups and centres.
PROJECTS INITIATED 2018-2023
Below we have collected links to current research projects initiated by researchers at the department or with the department as an important stakeholder.
The Criminalisation of Humanitarianism: From Volunteers to Human Smugglers in Ital
The Dynamics of Political Discourse and Attention during the COVID-19 outbreak
The political economy of distraction in digitized Denmark
Subtitle of the project: 'The Vitality of Disease - Quality of Life in the Making'. VITAL explores how ‘quality of life’ is assembled, mobilised, negotiated and practiced by patients, relatives and health care professionals.
(Ayo Wahlberg, 2015-2021)