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Honour, Conflict and Coercion: the Anthropology of Violence, London Anthropology Day 2017

last modified Jun 05, 2017 04:33 PM

Honour, Conflict and Coercion: the Anthropology of Violence (Sackler B)

Andrew Sanchez, University of Cambridge, London Anthropology Day 2017


Join us at the 2017, annual London Anthropology Day in the British Museum's Education Clore Centre on Thursday 29 June from 10am – 5.30pm.  The event is free and open to Year 12, 13 and FE Students, Careers Advisers, teachers, parents and anyone interested in learning more about anthropology.  

Dr Andrew Sanchez', lecturer and outreach coordinator for the Division of Social Anthropology at Cambridge University, will be speaking on the Anthropology of Violence, at the first workshop of the day. which takes place at 11:30am in Sackler B Room. A map of the Clore Centre, showing the location of the workshop rooms is at the bottom of the page in this link.

We will also have a stand in the main exhibition area to answer questions about studying Social Anthropology at Cambridge with students on hand to answer your concerns from their perspective.  The whole day provides a wonderful insight into what anthropology is about, the types of careers anthropologists do, and what it is like to study the subject at university.  The event is organised as part of the Royal Anthropological Institute’s Discover Anthropology Education Outreach Programme

To register for the day please visit the organiser's website.

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