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UCL Anthropology studies humanity in all its aspects: from our evolution as a species, to our relationship with the material world, and our vast variety of social practices and cultural forms.
Our department is one of only a few broad based anthropology departments in the UK comprised of four sub-sections including Biological Anthropology, Social Anthropology, Material Culture and Medical Anthropology. Our teaching and research reflects the breadth and depth of this cross and interdisciplinary approach.
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Refugee Temporalities and the Ethnographic Method - Panel discussion, Friday 9th of March 2018
The panel discussion focuses on the use of the ethnographic method in forced migration studies, looking into the strengths and challenges of doing ethnography in contexts of displacement. Drawing from their respective field sites and their theoretical interests on temporality, speakers and discussants reflect on issues of research positionality, the ethnographic potential to challenge power structures and on the research terminology associated with classifying mobility.
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