You should have an undergraduate degree of at least second class standard in a relevant subject.
Months of entry
The MA in Visual Anthropology is designed for those with a background in anthropology who want to continue their studies through a unique combination of theory and visual practice.
It leaves the definition of visual anthropology wide open and considers various arguments about this sub-field, but also looks beyond immediate disciplinary concerns to enlarge the possibilities for a visual anthropology that's not only connected with the professional concerns of anthropologists, but also adequately presents anthropologically informed representations to other audiences.
The course is taught through lectures/seminars and hands-on training in the use of digital camcorders, sound recording equipment, and video editing, and your final project is a 20-minute video. The central aim of the programme is the production of visual work within a critical and conceptual framework provided by anthropology. Through compulsory core modules you are introduced to a range of topics which currently include: the anthropology of art; visual anthropology; ethnographic film and cinema studies; and a general anthropological consideration of representation.
Our dedicated production facilities include digital camcorders, a variety of sound recording equipment and Final Cut Pro. You will produce a series of practical projects throughout the year.
Fees and funding
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Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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