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Program shut down at FU

The Master program Visual and Media Anthropology will be shut down at Freie Universität Berlin in March 2021. The program was relaunched at HMKW Berlin. For further information, please contact vmaathmkw.de

Jan 04, 2021

Welcome G13

Aug 13, 2020

Extended Deadline

May 26, 2020

Covid-19 Information for G11, G12 and Prospective Students

For G11 students - Regularly updated informaiton on how university operations are affected by Covid-19 is available on the Freie Universität Berlin home page. Click through to the information here:  https://www.fu-berlin.de/en/ For G12 and prospective students - Please visit the HMKW website:  https://www.hmkw.de/en/university/information-on-coronavirus-sars-cov-2/

Mar 31, 2020

2019 Application Update

Thank you to all those who applied for the M.A Visual and Media Anthropology! We received many applications and the standard was very high. Preliminary notices of acceptance will be sent this week. If you have any further questions please contact us at mainfo@zedat.fu-berlin.de

Aug 20, 2019

Application Update

Jul 04, 2019

Guest Lecture Event - Prof. Dr. Sahana Udupa

Prof. Dr. Sahana Udupa Professor of Media Anthropology at the Ludwig Maximilian University

Apr 10, 2019

CPH:DOX Selection

Mar 26, 2019

2018 Graduation Exhibition - Malleable Borders, Shifting Identities!

The Freie Universität MA Visual and Media Anthropology program would like to invite you to our 2018 graduate exhibition  Malleable Borders, Shifting Identities ! Through six different installation projects, the exhibition Malleable Borders, Shifting Identities explores spaces and communities of people that blur lines, thereby allowing multiple identities to coexist, as well as constant mobility between such spaces. Through insights about daily activities and the narration of life stories, the six installations offer entry points into the ways in which identity is performed, transgressed, self-represented, negotiated, translated and integrated in contexts such as a religion cult, a South American border zone, a suburban newsroom, a photography workshop, social media profiles and ancestral music making. The communities of people showcased in this exhibition embrace the unresolved and the imaginary. They operate at a crossroads, on the peripheries, or move freely across borders. The works are comprised of video, sound, photography, artifacts, archival material and interactive platforms and are visual outputs of research carried out by students in the Master of Arts in Visual and Media Anthropology at Freie Universität Berlin. The exhibition opens Friday October 5th at 19:00 at  Kunstfabrik Flutgraben .

Oct 04, 2018