Power, Conflict and Morality in the Postsocialist World
Course held by the East / Central Europe Research Group
Institute of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen
Coordinator - Finn Sivert Nielsen
Instructions and deadlines for course papers  
In order to finally pass this course, you must deliver a course paper. The formal rules for course papers and the lengths demanded differ for different categories of students (see below).

Deadline and delivery:
Papers should be sent as email attachments to finn.sivert.nielsen@anthro.ku.dk.
Registration forms ("forsider") must be filled out in the reception and put in my mailbox.
The deadline for papers is November 1.
Feedback on papers will be given via email before December 1.
(NB! Foreign exchange students have separate deadlines!
Click here for details.)

Themes for papers:
Your choice of the theme for your paper is free. However, it is advised that you formulate the theme in relation to one or two of the lectures that have been held. (This does not mean that you should restrict yourself to the literature for that/those lecture/s.) Suggested themes for course papers related to each lecture are found under the heading Materials for the lectures on the front page of this site.

Requirements for different categories of students:
1) Regular students at the institute should write a 5-page essay (skrive°velse), which is graded as passed or not passed.
2) Foreign students should (in addition to the 5-page essay, see above) hand in a 15-page exam paper, which will be graded according to the Danish 13 grade system. Click here for details on deadlines etc.
3) Eksportkonsulent students should hand in a 10-page paper, to be graded according to the Danish 13 grade system. Students who do not hand in the paper will still have the course accredited with the "exportkonsulent uddannelse", but will not receive a course diploma or ECTS points.

General guidelines for written assignments:
Please read the general guidelines on how to write and format written papers. These guidelines are preliminary and incomplete, but you will find useful information here, e.g. on how to format your bibliographies. Please read and use it!