Friday, June 10 2016, 10am-3pm
FREE event for S4-S6 pupils at National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh
Would you like to find out more about studying different cultures? The experiences of refugees? How we create our social identities? Or how we relate to animals and the material world around us?
Anthropology is the comparative study of humankind throughout the world. Discover more in a day of workshops and talks with students and staff from Scottish universities and National Museums Scotland.
Students will find out more about the role of anthropology and the potential for the material and cultural study of humankind at university. There will be a series of workshops with anthropologists working in universities and museums. The day will include the opportunity to talk to lecturers and students from the universities of Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and St Andrews about studying anthropology in Scotland.
Workshops will include: the refugee experience; the invention of tradition; museum culture; dirt and pollution; the culture game, and others.
In addition, there will be a wealth of information about studying anthropology at university.
Groups welcome. Students should be accompanied by a teacher or parent; please book in advance.
To book places, or for more information, please see http://anthropologyscotland.eventbrite.co.uk
If you have any further questions, please contact Tom Boylston at firstname.lastname@example.org
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