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M.A. Standards of Decision-Making Across Cultures (SDAC)

Standards of Decision-Making Across Cultures (SDAC) is an interdisciplinary study programme in cultural studies with an emphasis on East Asian societies. It allows the students to acquire profound academic and methodological knowledge, as well as additional key skills regarding decision-making processes in East Asia.

The MA degree program requires a BA degree of variable disciplinary orientation. This non-consecutive Master’s program draws from the fields of anthropology, philosophy, political science, economics, history, and Chinese studies. In addition to core courses, students have the possibility to further shape their curriculum around linguistic-cultural, comparative-philosophical, or economical & political academic focuses.
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  • Next Monday, we will hold our second Career-/Practitioner Talk. We invite Björn Theis, Vice President & Head of Foresight at Evonik. He holds a master's degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology, Philosophy, and English Studies from the University of Cologne. In this lecture, he will talk about...

  • Our next guest lecturer is Dr. Mayurakshi Chaudhuri, an Associate Professor of Sociology and Digital Humanities at the FLAME University, Pune, India. She will talk about “Intersectionality and Im/Mobilities: Space, Place, and Identity in the Digital Age and beyond.”

    The lecture will be held onlin...

 

 

Next Monday, we will hold our second Career-/Practitioner Talk. We invite Björn Theis, Vice President & Head of Foresight at Evonik. He holds a master's degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology, Philosophy, and English Studies from the University of Cologne. In this lecture, he will talk about...

Our next guest lecturer is Dr. Mayurakshi Chaudhuri, an Associate Professor of Sociology and Digital Humanities at the FLAME University, Pune, India. She will talk about “Intersectionality and Im/Mobilities: Space, Place, and Identity in the Digital Age and beyond.” The lecture will be held onlin...

Unfortunately, the lecture on the 16th is canceled. The next Guest Lecture Series will be Monday, January 23rd. The detail will be provided as soon as possible.   Next Monday, we welcome Peter Simatei, a Professor of Comparative Literature at Moi University, Kenya, as the speaker of ou...