The aim of the course is to train students to look critically at the theoretical implications of anthropological approaches by examining their origins, their strengths and their weaknesses. This course is compulsory for BA/BSc Social Anthropology. It is optional for BA Anthropology and Law and available to students on other degrees as permitted by the regulations as well as to General Course students.

    Teacher: Picture of Maurice BlochPicture of Gareth BreenPicture of David GraeberPicture of Jason HickelPicture of Geoffrey HughesPicture of Johannes SteinmullerPicture of Harry Walker