This programme allows you to define your research interests and study towards an MPhil. Anthropology is ranked first in Scotland for student satisfaction (NSS). This research degree can be taken on its own or lead to a PhD in Anthropology. The Department of Anthropology is based within the School of Social Science. Research themes are wide ranging, and they include:
The School of Social Science offers a range of centres which include the New Europe Centre. Teaching and research are in the fields of: Anthropology, politics, international relations and sociology. Anthropology is mixed with archaeology, languages, film and culture, philosophy and psychology at undergraduate level. Anthropology is also embedded in the Centre for Citizenship, Civil Society and the Rule of Law, This centre draws from seven other disciplines to ensure that research is rigorous and impactful.
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