School of Global Studies

Modules - current academic year

TitleCodeTerms taught
FHEQ Level 4
Key Concepts in AnthropologyL6067Autumn Semester
Practising AnthropologyL6068Autumn Semester
The Anthropological ImaginationL6001Autumn Semester
The Anth of Exchange, Money and MarketsL6070Spring Semester
The Anth of Kinship and RelatednessL6069Spring Semester
Worlds and Selves003ANSpring Semester
FHEQ Level 5
Ethnographic Research MethodsL6046NAutumn Semester
Key Debates in Contemporary Anthropology001ANAutumn Semester
Religion and RitualL6072Autumn Semester
Professional Placement YearGS1PPAutumn & Spring Teaching
Cities and Urban LivesL6076Spring Semester
Culture and RepresentationL6075DSpring Semester
Culture and RepresentationL6075Spring Semester
Ethnographic Field Research002ANSpring Semester
Politics and PowerL6071Spring Semester
Visual AnthropologyL6074Spring Semester
FHEQ Level 6
Anth of Fertility, Reproduction & HealthL6094Autumn Semester
Anthropology of Latin AmericaL6096Autumn Semester
Anthropology of Latin AmericaL6096DAutumn Semester
Anthropology of MigrationL6080DUDAutumn Semester
Anthropology of MigrationL6080Autumn Semester
Anthropology of the BodyL6100Autumn Semester
Environmental AnthropologyL6101Autumn Semester
The Anthropology of EuropeL6098Autumn Semester
The Anthropology of Food001AUAutumn Semester
Anthropology ThesisL6078Autumn & Spring Teaching
Anth of Fertility, Reproduction & HealthL6035DSpring Semester
Anth of Fertility, Reproduction & HealthL6035Spring Semester
Anthropology of Islam & Muslim SocietiesL6091Spring Semester
Anthropology of Latin AmericaL6044DSpring Semester
Race, Ethnicity and IdentityL6090Spring Semester
Race, Ethnicity and IdentityL6090DSpring Semester
The Anthropology of AfricaL6055Spring Semester
Understanding Contemporary IndiaL6057Spring Semester
FHEQ Level 7 (Masters)
Anthropology and Ethnography849L6Autumn Semester
Anthropology of Global Capitalism005A7Autumn Semester
Current Practices in Anthropology854L6Autumn Semester
Historical Engagements855L6Autumn Semester
Introduction to Qualitative Methods513X8Autumn Semester
Issues in Contemporary Ethnography856L6Autumn Semester
Understanding Processes of Social Change820L6Autumn Semester
Activism for Dev and Social Justice843L6Spring Semester
Activism for Dev and Social Justice843L6DSpring Semester
Anthropological Research Methods850L6Spring Semester
Anthropologies of Food851L6Spring Semester
Body and Society853L6Spring Semester
Contemporary African Issues859L6Spring Semester
Contemporary African Issues859L6DSpring Semester
Ethnographic Methods of Data Collection507X8BSpring Semester
Fair Trade, Ethical Business845L6Spring Semester
Knowledge, Power and Resistance822L6Spring Semester
Knowledge, Power and Resistance822L6DSpring Semester
Life Science, Culture and Society857L6Spring Semester
Poverty, Vulnerability & the Global Econ821L6DSpring Semester
Poverty, Vulnerability & the Global Econ821L6Spring Semester
Religion, Culture and Identity858L6Spring Semester
Self, Voice & Creativity in Res Writing533X8Spring Semester
Sexuality and Development001A4Spring Semester
Sexuality and Development001A4DSpring Semester
Sexuality and Development: Intimacies, H001A41DASpring Semester
Advanced Methods in Social Research584X8Summer Teaching
Conflict-affected Areas570X8Summer Teaching
Dissertation (ADST)814L6Summer Teaching
Dissertation (Anthropology)841L6Summer Teaching
Mass Observation582X8Summer Teaching
Multi-sited and Mobile Ethnography569X8Summer Teaching

Please note that the University will use all reasonable endeavours to deliver courses and modules in accordance with the descriptions set out here. However, the University keeps its courses and modules under review with the aim of enhancing quality. Some changes may therefore be made to the form or content of courses or modules shown as part of the normal process of curriculum management.

The University reserves the right to make changes to the contents or methods of delivery of, or to discontinue, merge or combine modules, if such action is reasonably considered necessary by the University. If there are not sufficient student numbers to make a module viable, the University reserves the right to cancel such a module. If the University withdraws or discontinues a module, it will use its reasonable endeavours to provide a suitable alternative module.