We recently launched a learning pack to accompany the Illustrating Anthropology exhibition in order to help students navigate their way through the large selection of contributors and the diversity of work on show. The learning pack identifies five categories of ways that anthropologists are using illustration: to illustrate difficult subjects, to tell stories, to produce…Read More
We have created a learning pack aimed at undergraduate and older school-age students to help them explore the exhibition and try out anthropological illustration for themselves! Drawing on examples from the exhibition, the pack examines five keys ways that anthropologists are using illustration: to communicate about difficult subjects, to tell stories, to make field notes,…Read More
We are excited to be taking part in Being Human 2020, the UK’s only national festival and celebration of the humanities! The full line up of free events and activities happening all over the country has been revealed today! Take a look here.
We have four events during the festival, both online and in person. We are delighted to be showcasing some of the work from this online exhibition at a travelling physical exhibition. The Illustrating Anthropology exhibition will be on display in Liverpool at the Open Eye Gallery and in Sheffield at Bloc Projects.Read More
Last week I participated in the ‘Anthropology and Geography: Dialogues Past, Present and Future’ conference which was jointly organised by the Royal Anthropological Institute, the Royal Geographical Society, the British Academy, the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at SOAS, and the British Museum’s Department for Africa, Oceania and the Americas. I was invited to join a roundtable discussion on ‘Public Anthropology and Geography’, chaired by Dr Joe Smith, the director of the Royal Geographical Society with IBG.Read More