Social Anthropology: Understanding Our Place in the World (HG1M 45) - CPD course
The Royal Anthropological Institute has designed a training course to support the delivery of unit HG1M 45, Social Anthropology: Understanding Our Place in the World, SCQF level 5. The course is aimed at practitioners actively teaching or contemplating the delivery of this unit.
Duration: eight weeks
Cost: £150 (ten bursaries on offer on a first come basis)
Start date: Thursday 7th March (4 pm)
Course objectives include the formulation of research questions, and effective communication of findings, and aims to equip attendees with a broad understanding of Social Anthropology's key features. By delving into the fundamental themes and terminologies used by social anthropologists, participants will develop clear and concise methods to convey even the most complex concepts to learners. The key themes covered will include:
- social anthropology fundamentals
- describing relationships
- special occasions
- making homes
- anthropological interest in animals
- significance of clothing
- changing meanings of food
- exploring our surroundings
The course, led by renowned social anthropologist, Dr Siobhan Magee from the University of Edinburgh, is composed of eight 1-hour sessions.
The School of Social and Political Science at the University of Edinburgh is offering exclusive bursaries covering the course fees for 10 participants.
To secure your place, please register your interest directly with the Royal Anthropological Institute.