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.

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


2021.02.18 | Education

Virtual Writing Retreat Anthusia 1-5 February 2021

Report from online writing retreat

2021.02.15 | Publication

COVID-19 and farmers: Responding to a pandemic in rural Rwanda

Article on Farm Radio International by ESR Olivia Gieskes

2021.02.15 | Media coverage

The Malawi Paradox

Africa Knows! podcast. Interview with ESR Tanja Hendriks on how the Malawi Paradox hinders long term policy implementation, decentralisation and anticipating future emergencies.

2021.02.02 | Blog

Flying solo as an international PhD: Going home is not an option

Article by ESR Edwin Ameso in OMNIBUS, Aarhus University newspaper, about settling in a new country via Zoom.


Network Coordinator

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

Administrative Coordinator­

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

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