Anthropology

Summary

Social and cultural anthropology is the study of different societies and cultures around the world: both what humans share in common, and what is special to different groups of people. Anthropologists are concerned with understanding social life and ways of thought in all sorts of groups, from small communities to modern nations.

Supervisor(s)

Dr Jadran Mimica, Dr Gaynor Macdonald, Dr Neil Maclean, Professor Linda Connor, Dr Yasmine Musharbash, Dr Robbie Peters, Dr Terry Woronov, Dr Luis Angosto Ferrandez, Dr Ryan Schram, Dr Ute Eickelkamp

Research Location

Department of Anthropology, School of Social and Political Sciences (SSPS)

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis

The main areas of regional expertise are contemporary Australia including Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander anthropology, Southeast Asian Anthropology, East Asian Anthropology, and the anthropology of Melanesia and Latin America.

Areas of specialisation include the anthropology of development, migration, globalisation and social inequality, rural and regional communities, consumer and youth culture, psychoanalysis, medical anthropology, urban studies, and environmental change.

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Keywords

Anthropology, migration, globalisation, racism, multiculturalism, ethnographic studies, cultural differences, social justice, social inequality

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 440

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