The faculty is divided into eleven working areas, in which a total of 30 university lecturers and 40 academic staff members teach and conduct research.
In research, the faculty is characterised by global society studies and inequality studies. The two profile priorities span a large number of individual projects and collaborative research. In addition, a large number of individual research projects are carried out at the faculty, covering a broad spectrum of sociological, political science and social science topics and research areas. The list of current externally funded projects at the faculty can be found here.
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