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UCL is one of the highest rated universities in the world, coming fourth after MIT, Cambridge and Harvard in the 2012-13 annual Times Higher Education QS World University Rankings.
Our research platform on Subjectivity and the Cultural Imagination (SCI) brings together anthropologists working on the role of the imagination in diverse social and cultural scales.
The Laboratory for the Ethnography of the UK (LabUK) is a research platform for the study of contemporary British society and culture through an anthropological lens.
Social Anthropology Staff Members
Field research in Fiji focusing on gender and sexuality; property relations, land rights and land rites; and cultural dimensions of economic development. Field research in Britain, Europe and New Zealand on landscapes of risk, latter-day epic and dangerous games.
Filed research in Amazonia, focusing on questions of leadership, environmental politics and indigenous forms of property (particularly in the context of UN-REDD), the political role of music and ritual, and the relationship between art objects, social space and group solidarity.
Conducts research in Inner and East Asia, especially Mongolia, focusing on personhood and subjectivity, the politics of memory, exchange across bodily and territorial boundaries, new religious economies, migration and diaspora communities, visual and material culture.
Recent research among Malagasy cattle drovers has led to an interest in how the co-evolutionary relationship between humans, animals and the environment is imagined, symbolised and lived. He is also does research on political charisma, authority, and rhetoric.
Conducts research is in Cuba, focusing on Afro-Cuban religions and socialist politics. Themes of research include myth, consecration, cosmology, imagination, political subjectivity and the relationship between anthropological and philosophical analysis.
Working with Central African hunter-gatherers and former hunter-gatherers, Jerome's research focuses on socialization, play and religion, egalitarian politics and gender relations, and techniques of communication.
Fieldwork on Turkish, Kurdish, and Greek migrant workers in Berlin, in conjunction with fieldwork on returned migrants in Turkey and Greece. More recent work in post-Soviet Central Asia, primarily Kazakhstan.
Field research in Sri Lanka and on Kurdish communities in London, focusing on the anthropology of war and violence, linguistic anthropology, socio-linguistics and discourse analysis, medical anthropology, and the anthropology of gender.
Research on folklore and religion in Italy and Greece. Current interest in Greek dream narratives from an original perspective combining historical testimonies from antiquity and the middle ages with accounts of contemporary informants.
Field research among Hungarian Roma (Gypsies) and Romanian shepherds and farmers. Focus on political and economic anthropology, historical anthropology, the anthropology of genocide, socialist and post-socialist transformations, and cognitive anthropology.
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