Undergraduate Level:

Social Change, Culture and Development (L2107N) - 2nd Year International Development Core Module.

Current Issues in the Anthropology of Latin America (L6044) - 3rd Year Anthropology Optional Module

Practising Anthropology (L6068) - 1st Year Anthropology


Masters Level:

Concepts of Social Development (824AF) - Core module for the Social Development MA



Current PhD students:

Will Lock (2018-2021): The role of Private Organisations in the Conservation of Land in the Peruvian Amazon.


Recently completed PhD Students include:


Matthew Doyle (2014-2019): ‘We are all originarios’: Political Conflict and Identity in Contemporary Bolivia


George Byrne (2013-2019): Making Up the Optimum Other? Selection, Climate Change and Being Indigenous

Valerio Colosio: (2013-2018) 'Children of the People': Integration and Descent in a Former Slave Reservoir in Chad

Peter Slovak: Local Communities and Private Protected Areas in the Atlantic Forest of Brazil: Implications for sustainable development and nature conservation

Esther Lopez: Constructions of Tacana Identity: Race, Regionalism and Inter-Indigenous Conflicts in Amazonian Bolivia

Ellen Vandenbogaerde: How does inequality relate to violence? A case study of Venezuelan communities.