The Ludwig Uhland Institute's Bachelor program in Empirische Kulturwissenschaft (Historical and Cultural Anthropology) is an undergraduate degree program. Within the framework of a BA program, it is possible to study EKW as a major or minor subject, or as a complementary or elective subject. The BA program is the first part of a consecutive degree program: after successful completion of the undergraduate degree, it is possible to pursue graduate studies in EKW in our two-year, research-oriented Master's program.
The Bachelor program is offered only in German. For more information on the program, please click on the heading "Studium" in the horizontal German-language menu bar on the LUI homepage, and then see the heading "BA-Studiengang" listed in the left-column menu under "Studiengänge."
|B.A. in EKW||Module||Introduction and Advanced|
|Semesters 1/2||B 1*||Introduction to Historical and Cultural Anthropology|
|Semesters 1/2||B 2||Cultural Analysis I|
|Semesters 1/2||B 3||Culture and Everyday Life|
|Semesters 1/2||B 4||Cultural Analysis II|
|Semesters 3-6||B 5||Career Fields in Historical and Cultural Anthropology I|
|Semesters 3-6||B 6||Culture and Regions|
|Semesters 3-6||B 7||Jewish Lifeworlds|
|Semesters 3-6||B 8||Career Fields in Historical and Cultural Anthropology II|
|Semesters 3-6||B 9||Culture and Society|
|Semesters 3-6||B 10||Popular Culture|
|Semesters 3-6||B 11||European Cultures|
|Semesters 3-6||B 12||Cultures of Collecting and Displaying|
|Semesters 3-6||B 13||Consolidation Module|
|final Semester||B 14||Bachelor Exam Module|
|Semesters 1–6||B 15||Professional qualifications|
* The modules in bold are required; the rest are electives.
A brief descriptions of the contents of each module can be downloaded here.