Ella Butler is a PhD Candidate in Anthropology at the University of Chicago, with interests in science and technology studies, food and sensory experience, and the cultural politics of commodities.
As a doctoral candidate, you'll benefit from a friendly environment, opportunities to interact with other students and staff, and the encouragement to make a real impact with your research.
It is one of the largest university departments for social anthropology in Europe and the largest in the Nordic countries, offering a broad and creative work environment. Approximately 400 students are currently enrolled in the Bachelor and Master programmes at the Department. The Faculty of Social Sciences offers a PhD program, with 330 students currently enrolled. Of these, about thirty are.
The Anthropology Graduate Reading Library (AGRL) is a special resource in the Department that is operated and maintained by the graduate students. At the beginning of the school year, first-year students will receive training in how to be a monitor for the AGRL. By volunteering as a monitor for a minimum of one hour per week during their first year in the program, new graduate students earn.
I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Anthropology at Harvard, MD candidate at The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine working within the Department of Psychiatry, and an advanced candidate in adult psychoanalysis at The Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis.
PhD candidates must participate in an approved educational program for a PhD degree at the Faculty of Social Sciences (administered by the Department of social anthropology), UIB, during a period of 3 years. The Faculty of Social Sciences must approve a final plan for implementation of the research training within three months after you have commenced in the position. The main supervisor will.
I am a Ph.D. Candidate in Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania. My area of expertise is historical archaeology of the Northeast US. My research interests include landscape archaeology.
The emphasis in the Graduate Program is on training candidates for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. This degree certifies that, in addition to having a sound knowledge of anthropology as a whole, the holder has been trained to do independent research at a professional level of competence in at least one of the major sub-disciplines of anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology.