Anthropology of Art, Ethnographic Film and Photography


Course Dates: 14th January  – 18th March 2019
Time: Monday, 10:15 – 12:15
Location: 1-10 Keeley Street, London, WC2B 4BA

Tutor: Yasmin Hales Mphil

This 10 week introductory course aims to critically explore the role and symbolic meaning of art, film and photography from a cross-cultural perspective. Students will explore a variety of anthropology themes associated with the concept of beauty, the beliefs and rituals associated with material objects, to the human body as canvas, 19thc Colonial photography, traditional and contemporary ethnographic documentaries to the role of museums.


https://www.citylit.ac.uk/courses/anthropology-of-art/ha005-1819

 

 

Anthropology of Space, Place and the Cultural Landscape


Course Dates: 13/05/19 to 22/07/19
Time: 10:15 – 12:15
Location: KS – Keeley Street

Tutor: Yasmin Hales

This is an introductory and interdisciplinary course which ranges beyond social anthropology to explore aspects of cultural geography, philosophy, psychology, art and architectural history, thus enriching your theoretical and ethnographic understanding of the cross cultural meaning of space and place within the built environment.

https://www.citylit.ac.uk/courses/anthropology-of-space-place-and-the-cultural-landscape/ha007-1819

 

 

 

Introducing Anthropology: Key Concepts and Debates

We will explore the key principles and methods of anthropology. A cross-cultural study of different human societies and world views, with a focus on how culture and society shape the behaviour of diverse human groups.

Anthropology of Social Spaces and the Built Environment


Duration: 10 weeks
Day and time: Monday, 6.30-8.30pm
Next course:  Monday 14th January – 18th March 2019
Tutor: Yasmin Hales Mphil


 

 

 

 

 

The Anthropology of Space course extends beyond social anthropology to include theoretical aspects of cultural geography, psychology, philosophy, architectural history, art and material culture. This interdisciplinary content will provide an educational platform upon which to explore these various overarching disciplines, both to enrich your own knowledge and professional development, and provide the analytical tools to understand how other cultures conceptualise and experience space. Over this 10-week short course we will critically analyse several wide-ranging themes and debates associated with the anthropology of space, place and the built environment, advancing our theoretical, conceptual and subjective understanding.


https://www.gold.ac.uk/short-courses/anthropology-of-social-spaces/