ANTHUSIA is a multi-disciplinary research project in the Anthropology of Human Security in Africa conducted by a consortium of four universities in Aarhus (Denmark), Edinburgh (United Kingdom), Leuven (Belgium) and Oslo (Norway).

It has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement no. 764546 and will train 16 Early Stage Researchers.


2020.11.23 | Conference

ANTHUSIA panels at ASA

Online panels at African Studies Association

2020.11.20 | Blog

ANTHUSIA summer school in Aarhus

Blogpost from Summer School 3 by Salla Manninen from the IMAGENU project.

2020.11.17 | Seminar

"Refiguring the Social?" Exploring moves towards Universal Health Coverage and associated debates about the public good in Kenya, Zambia, Ghana and Tanzania

Presentation by Ruth Prince, Victoria Jacinta Muinde, David Bannister, Tom Neumark, Jamie Wintrup, University of Oslo & Edwin Ameso, University of Oslo/University of Århus

ANTHUSIA ESR's and how their research projects relate to the Sustainable Development Goals.


Network Coordinator

­Lotte Meinert
e-mail: lotte.meinert@cas.au.dk

Administrative Coordinator­

Mia Korsbæk
e-mail: korsbaek@cas.au.dk

Subscribe to ANTHUSIA Newsletter