Anthropology is the study of humans. In the broadest approach it is the study of how humans evolved from earlier life forms, how they behave and adapt to different environments, how they socialise and how they communicate. Anthropology has several sub divisions like biological anthropology, cultural anthropology, linguistic anthropology and archaeology. Cultural anthropology focuses on an understanding the way people live in different societies or cultures around the world. Biological anthropology mainly deals with study of human evolution and how humans adapt to different environments. Cultural anthropology deals with human culture including social, political, economic, and ideological facets. Archaeology mainly deals with study of the past cultures and life style of humans through recovery and study of materials made by earlier human societies. Linguistic anthropology is the study of language structure, how it changed over time and the use of language in various societies.
Anthology programmes offer diverse teaching and learning experiences for the students. Anthropologists work in varied fields like corporations, educational institutions and non-profit associations. Some also build their carriers in planning, research and managerial fields.
First Year Modules
First year module normally consists of Introduction to Material and Visual Culture, Introduction to Social Anthropology, Researching the Social World, Methods and Techniques in Biological Anthropology and Introduction to Biological Anthropology.
Second Year Modules
Second year modules mainly comprises of Theoretical Perspectives in Social Anthropology and Material Culture, Being Human, Primate societies, Anthropology of the Body, Medical Anthropology, Political Anthropology, Anthropology of Art and Design, Population Studies, Anthropologies of Religion, Anthropology of the Built Environment, Human Behavioural Ecology, Communication & Culture, Anthropologies of Science, Society and Biomedicine, Mass Consumption and Design, Human Brain, Cognition and Language, Ethnography of Forest Peoples, Linguistic Anthropology, Digital Infrastructure: Materiality, Information and Politics.
Third Year Modules
Anthropology and Psychiatry, Nationalism, Ethnicity & Race, Reproduction, Fertility and Sex Evolution and Human Behaviour, Temporality, Consciousness and Everyday Life, Ritual Healing and Therapeutic Employment, Ethnographic and Documentary Film Making – a practice-based introduction, Anthropology of Ethics and Morality etc.
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