Examples of undergraduate students' projects
A short ethnographic film by First Year Student Genna Print. Produced as part of the 2016 Ethnographic Film Module.
A photographic essay by 3rd year Frankie Mills on Casa Tochan, a migrant shelter in Mexico City.
View the essay: Casa Tochan [PDF 2.28MB]
An essay and accompanying video made by 3rd Year Ben Macfadyen as part of the Religion and Ritual Course
Sara Di Noia's poster for Practising Anthropology
View the poster: The Anthropology of Migration
The Culture and Capitalism blog was started by students and faculty on the MA in the Social Anthropology of the Global Economy.
Read the blog: Culture and Capitalism
Matthew Clark’s essay and graphic narrative on the uses of visual media to support human rights
Alice Viba, undergraduate dissertation
Shortlisted for the Royal Anthropological Institute Student Essay Prize
A Stop frame animated poster by
Below are first year films produced for the Ethnographic Film Module taught by Raminder Kaur in Autumn 2012. As part of the project, the students explored the wider university, neighbourhood and city to ethnographically record elements of local life that they were interested in.
The students gained experience and skills in filming and recording and covering issues related to representation, ethics, process and social interactions.
Lewes Bonfire Night
by Bradley Delap, Tom Costello, Paul Broadhurst, Liam Allen, Camilla Devereux
Busking: Gifts in the Public Sphere
by Luih Tuckwell, Fran Yelf, Lara Hendry and Xiafei Li
by Eliza Darby, Evan John, Kerensa K. and Rima M.
Airing Dirty Laundry
by Keya Khandaker, Martha Lloyd-Evans, Connie Nuttall, and Vanessa Sackey
The following websites were created by second years students as part of their Anthropology Fieldtrips Module:
Run and Become is a Creative Campus Initiative project run from the Department of Anthropology at the University of Sussex. As well as a cultural project, it is also a research project, aiming to improve our understanding of the human factors involved in training for and completing a marathon run. The two key themes are motivation and transformation. What motivates people to carry on training and carry on running, through the dark days of winter, and when the pain of ‘the wall’ hits them? How are people transformed through the act of training and running a marathon – bodily, emotionally, personally?