The Department of African Studies and Anthropology offers a distinctive inter-disciplinary learning experience taught by staff from a wide range of academic fields (Anthropology, History, Geography, Politics, Literature, among others).
For students with an interest in Anthropology we offer a Joint Honours Anthropology programme, focusing on theories developed by Anthropologists working all over the world, giving you opportunities to do anthropological fieldwork of your own, and training you to become acute observers of the societies around you.
Single Honours courses
Africa is humankind’s original home; a continent of vast cultural and natural resources.
Whether coping with massive urbanisation, developing new kinds of politics, or inventing original literary and theatrical genres, Africans have been [more...]
Please note: We are withdrawing BA African Studies with Anthropology for the academic session beginning September 2017. We have recently added more flexibility into our Joint Honours course, BA Anthropology and African Studies, which enables [more...]
African Studies is a distinctive subject that really helps you to stand out from the crowd, making you an Africa expert as the role of African countries shift - politically, economically and culturally - in a globalised world.
African Studies [more...]
Archaeology and Anthropology together seek to understand the nature of human societies, the material worlds they inhabit and the extraordinary variety of cultural life over time.
Every aspect of human experience and expression is open to [more...]
Joint honours combinations
We are proud of what we teach and how we teach it, and will be very happy to discuss this with anyone who would like to know more about our degree programmes. Please feel free to forward any enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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