Alex Aisher


Alex Aisher is an experienced lecturer, convenor and internal examiner. Awarded the first student-led cross-university Teaching Award at the University of Sussex ('Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching and Support', 2014), his university teaching is complemented by longstanding research on participatory methods and indigenous environmental knowledge. Modules convened at the School of Global Studies include: The Philosophy of Science and Social Sciences (PhD, MPhil, masters) — Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods (PhD, MPhil) — The Anthropological Imagination (undergraduate 101) — Religion and Ritual (undergraduate core) — Anthropology and Ethnography (masters) — Fair Trade, Ethical Business and New Moral Economies (masters) — Poverty, Marginality and Everyday Life (masters) — Methods in Development (masters) — The Political Economy of the Environment (masters) — Global Issues, Local Lives (foundation year) — Development, Business and Corporate Social Responsibility (undergraduate) — Reading Ethnography (undergraduate) — Anthropological Issues in Culture and Representation (undergraduate)