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Medical Anthropology: An Introduction

The course will introduce the students to the science of Medical Anthropology, one of the most exciting and most highly developed subfields of anthropology. In brief, it could be defined as a discipline that studies health, illness, healing processes and medical policies in diverse societies and cultures. But there is much more to say about it, since we are all deeply affected by its core themes and often personally involved in the issues of its interest. Slides, photographs and... [More]
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The United Nations: A Boon or a Burden?

Is the UN the hope of the world or a hopeless mess? Opinions vary but if it did not exist, it would be necessary to invent it. It represents the world as it is which is not necessarily how many of us would like it to be. This course takes a realistic look at what the UN is, what it does, what it doesn’t do and who gains or loses from it. We will discuss the role of the General Assembly, the Security Council and the specialised agencies as well as the office of Secretary General.... [More]
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