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Karis Jade Petty
Lecturer in Anthropology and International Development (Anthropology)
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Teaching

I currently covene Ethnographic Methods of Data Collection (MA) and the Anthropology of Kinship and Relatedness (Year 1, BA) modules. 

During 2019/2020 I am convening:

 

I have previously taught on:

 

Fieldtrips I have convened:

  • Co-Faciliator, 'Downland Enskilment Walk', residential fieldtrip for the Communities of Practice, Creative Writing MA, University of Brighton (March 2018)
  • ‘Landscape, Walking and the Senses’, residential fieldtrip for the Anthropology Department, University of Sussex (Year 2, UG, 2014, 2016, 17)         

 

Training I have led:

  • Co-Facilitator, 'Participatory Disability and Kindness Assessment Training' for post-graduate students, University of Sussex and Institute of Development Studies (5-9 June 2017)

 

Inclusive Arts Practice:

I undertook as a year-long apprenticeship Inclusive Arts Practitioner with Carousel, an award-winning charity supporting learning disabled people to achieve their artistic ambitions. Following this, I facilitated their various projects