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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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This year's Mary Douglas Memorial Lecture will be held on 3 June in the Mary Olgilvie Lecture Theatre at St Anne's College at 6pm, followed by a drinks reception. More...
Published: Apr 14, 2015 3:28:49 PM
The Department of Anthropology at UCL invites all prospective candidates to the Postgraduate Open Day on Wednesday, 24th June. More...
Published: Apr 13, 2015 10:30:00 AM
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Professor Michael Stewart is to give an inaugural lecture at 6.30pm on Tuesday 5 May 2015, at Wilkins Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, 2nd Floor, South Junction, Wilkins Building, UCL, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT. More...
Published: Mar 13, 2015 1:11:28 PM
A one-day workshop organised by UCL Anthropology.
Published: Mar 10, 2015 12:53:54 PM
Doing Business in the New Economy: Stories of ‘Wealth Creators’ in Dalanzadgad
Wed, 08 Apr 2015 15:06:42 +0000
By Byambajav Dalaibuyan Dr. Byambajav Dalaibuyan is an Affiliated Member of our project, currently based at the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining (CSRM) at the University of Queensland, Australia. Two years ago, when the Mongolian economy was experiencing double-digit growth, I conducted a scoping study on small business developments in Dalanzadgad, Umnugovi, jointly with business […]Read more...
Sawdust and Threads
Mon, 16 Mar 2015 13:58:58 +0000
by Laurie Ingram, Material And Visual Culture, UCL “Sawdust and Threads is a residency and exhibitions programms that takes de-accessioned museum objects as its material. Artist Caroline Wright has undertaken residencies at three different museum collections and selected objects that have been de-accessioned. For Sawdust and Threads, Caroline has made detailed drawings of each of […]Read more...
Watch Gabriella Coleman delivering the "Anonymous and the Craftiness of Craft and the Trickiness of Trickery" talk at UCL.
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