Keyword: European Ethnology
As a diverse and societally engaged field of science, the Department of European Ethnology is strongly present in local, regional and national development and collaborative activities.
European ethnology research is characterised by its wide-ranging understanding of culture and comprehensive humanities-oriented research approach. The field’s research targets vary from local everyday phenomena to the characteristics of current global and especially European transitions and turning points.
The Department of European Ethnology is a part of the School of History, Culture and Arts Studies in the Faculty of Humanities.
European Ethnology focuses on the study of people and cultures. European Ethnology studies everyday phenomena in history, the present and the future.