The interests of students in the committees of the university self-administration are represented by the student council. More information about the student council of the institute can be found on the bulletin board in the hallway of the institute, and in the student council group room (IG 1.517).
You can also contact the institute group by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Frankfurter Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Kulturanthropologie (GeFKA) for students and alumni has been cooperating with the Institute for Cultural Anthropology and European Ethnology since 1993. The goal of GeFKA is to make cultural anthropology accessible to a broader public, and to enrich student life. Our own radio program, our own scholarly publication (Anthropolitan), an exhibition group, and joint excursions are just a few of our established formats.
We are always happy to hear from students who would like to help shape our association's work, contribute ideas, and attend our events.
GeFKA-Radio – the Student Radio of the Institute for Cultural Anthropology – powered by Radio X FM 91,8Every first Monday of the month from 19:00 to 20:00 we present recent developments in the field of cultural anthropology from the Goethe University Frankfurt. Cultural anthropology describes the diversity and changes in human life. To this end, it examines social, economic and technical processes. The focus is on the perspective of interaction. People inter-react with their environment and create new practices, logics and cultures.