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The Centre for Anthropology aims to be the leading research hub which locates digital technologies in the rich context of human society and culture... full description


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The volume edited by Heather Horst and Daniel Miller is the manifesto for the Centre of Digital Anthropology and is the handbook for the Master... full description

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Contacts

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Enquiries about the programme, the department, and (in some cases) the application process can be directed to Dr. Stefana Broadbent at stefana.broadbent@ucl.ac.uk. A secondary point-of-contact is James Emmanuel, the department's Postgraduate Coordinator (james.emmanuel@ucl.ac.uk).

General information for overseas applicants can be found on the UCL International Students page, while information for all prospective graduate students can be found on the Graduate Prospectus 2013/14 entry page.

External Information

The information contained in this site is specific to the Digital Anthropology MSc, one of three taught masters programmes convened by the Material Culture branch of the Anthropology Department at UCL  (see those sites for their respective details or for information on other programmes).