|TITLE||Current Issues in Cultural and Social Anthropology: Synoptic Revisions|
|LEVEL||03 - Years 2, 3, 4 in Modular Undergraduate Course|
This study-unit will examine in greater detail some major theme in anthropology, eg., the nature of social and economic change in Mediterranean societies, the construction of cultural identity, etc. This study-unit is intended to prepare students to sit for the synoptic exams in Anthropology. It provides a broad overview of the course of studies and will encourage students to develop a synoptic understanding of the discipline combining together the various topics studied throughout their degree.
|ADDITIONAL NOTES||This study-unit is offered to B.A. (Hons) Anthropology and B.A. Anthropology students only.|
|METHOD OF ASSESSMENT||
Paul M. Clough
Paul Sant Cassia
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