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Zakynthos’ Navagio beach: Staged tourism, lazy tourism or dark tourism?
In our second year Cultural Politics on Tour module, students are introduced to the fundamental academic skills necessary to succeed in university and post-university emp (More)
The anthropology of hairlessness
In our first year Key Skills in Anthropology module, students are introduced to the fundamental academic skills necessary to succeed in university and post-university emp (More)
HIV/AIDS & Global Health: HIV among older adults in South Africa
Our third year HIV/AIDS and Global Health module, which explores broader anthropological questions around HIV/AIDS, illness and healing, sexual and reproductive rel (More)
Being Human: Is companionate love best understood as socially or biologically driven?
As part of our first year Being Human module, students write an essay where they consider social and biological anthropological perspectives on a key topic in anthropolog (More)
The anthropology of hair: Body hair removal
In our first year Key Skills in Anthropology module, students are introduced to the fundamental academic skills necessary to succeed in university and post-university emp (More)
Kinship: Academic migration and the impact of distance on relationship bonding
In our second year Kinship: Comparative & Contemporary Studies module, students are introduced to key theories and debates in the anthropological study of kinship. Th (More)
Humans and other Primates: the differences in cultural complexity between orangutans and chimpanzees
In our second year Humans and Other Primates  module, students are provided with a foundation in evolutionary anthropology through an understanding of primate biology and (More)
Culture, Madness and Medicalisation: A history of madness before psychiatry
In our third year Culture, 'Madness' and Medicalisation module, students receive a critical introduction to today’s dominant psychological/clinical practices such (More)
Humans and Other Primates: Cultural complexity in mountain gorillas and Bornean orangutans
In our second year Humans and Other Primates  module, students are provided with a foundation in evolutionary anthropology through an understanding of primate biology and (More)
Being Human: Social and biological explanations for race and variation
As part of our first year Being Human module, students write an essay where they consider social and biological anthropological perspectives on a key topic in anthropolog (More)
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