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People of Tallinn University – Carlo A. Cubero

20.11.2017 12:43:01

Tallinn University is full of people with interesting backgrounds, fascinating stories and great ideas. Now you have a chance to peek into the life of our Associate Professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology Carlo A. Cubero. He is coordinating the Anthropology MA programme at Tallinn University.

Find out how Carlo became interested in visual anthropology.
How he ended up in Estonia, being born far away in Puerto Rico? What should students expect out of our Anthropology programme?

Video by Pynchon Woo (Studies of Cultures PhD student).

Read more about the Anthropology MA programme and admission requirements from our webpage.

Ask our student ambassadors what they think about the programme: tlu.ee/ambassadors.

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