In your first year, you'll introduced to the theoretical traditions of the discipline as well as its core subject areas, including the family, political systems, cosmological and belief systems. A focus on classical ethnographic field studies enables you to see how key areas of anthropology have developed.
Your knowledge of the discipline will be expanded in your sectond year through a range of engaging core modules. Recent examples have included Kinship: Comparative and Contemporary Studies, Theory: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, Ethnographic Research Methods.
In your final year you'll embark on a small-scale supervised ethnographic project. Specialist modules cover might include human-animal relations; anthropological aspects of psychological practices; life and death in anthropological perspective or the ethnography of south Asia.