The Anthroehampton blog is run by the Anthropology Programme at the University of Roehampton and showcases staff and student work. Our research and teaching cover a diverse range of topics, including: health and well-being, human-animal relations, human ecology, human evolution, and primate morphology and behaviour. In addition to work situated within social and biological anthropology and at the interface of these sub-fields, our research transcends traditional disciplinary boundaries – bringing new anthropological approaches and thinking to areas such as public health, wildlife conservation, astrobiology, linguistics, and psychiatry.