Social Anthropology is an academic discipline that in many respects straddles the social sciences and humanities. It both draws from and contributes to such disciplines as philosophy, linguistics and literature, as well as sociology and history. The BA teaches the methods of social anthropological investigation, emphasising the detailed study of multiple, interwoven areas of social life, through long participation and linguistic familiarity. Students have scope to tailor their programme of study according to their own interests.
Social Anthropology Modules include: Introduction to social anthropology; voice and place; social theory; principles of social investigation; anthropology and film; anthropology of gender; African and Asian cultures in Britain; Asian and African communities in British society; new media and society; anthropology of tourism; independent study project; advanced ethnographic study; psychoanalysis and anthropology; anthropology and film; the other in horror and science fiction films; contemporary trends; ethnography of East Africa; ethnography of West Africa; ethnography of South Asia; ethnography of South East Asia; ethnography of China; ethnography of Japan; ethnography of the Near and Middle East. Korean Modules include: Elementary Korean; modern Korean culture and society; pre'modern Korean history; mixed script Korean; readings in modern Korean society; modern Korean literature; Korean composition; Korean conversation; Korean art history; history and structure of the Korean language; advanced readings in Korean; Korean art history.
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees|
Full Time With Time Abroad
|BA (Hons)||£9,000 Academic year. First year home fees|
- GCE A-level AAB-AAA
- Course specific
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