Through six months of fieldwork in New Zealand, Marie Opdal Ulset aims to find out how welfare technology actually works.
Simone Conesta studies Social Anthropology because he is interested in what shapes the relations between people from diverse backgrounds.
John Lungu sees social anthropology as a tool that can be used to learn and appreciate different lines of human thought, giving them a platform to be heard and understood on their own terms.
It was after learning about participant observation during a bachelor degree in sociology in Istanbul, Meriç G. Doğan decided to apply for a master's course in social anthropology.
Joaquín Alberto Coto Giménez was particularly drawn towards one of the specialization streams of the master's programme in Anthropology and hopes to adopt these perspectives in Argentina.