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Reading & Research Groups


Conceived as open spaces for the exchange of ideas in groupings that cut across divides between Biological Anthropology, Material Culture Studies and Social Anthropology, the RRGs are designed also to enliven the collective intellectual life of the Department and the wider College by organising regular public events, such as workshops, conferences and debates. They are also intended as fora for the development of scholarly publications, as well as applications for the funding of collaborative research projects.

NB: some Reading & Research Groups are restricted to staff and doctoral students. Taught masters students interested in participating should contact the convenor of the group in question.

Keep an eye on the Departments RRG webpage for details on the Reading & Research Groups that will convene in 2012/13.