Human beings now live in what an increasing number of environmental scientists call the Anthropocene – a stage in the Earth’s geological and climate development that is dominated by the activities of humankind. Whether in the realm of conservation, biodiversity, evolution or climatology, no effective study of environmental issues can proceed without an understanding of human behaviour on both the large and the small scale.
COURSES Semester 1 Understanding People and Environment
Semester 2 Compulsory courses Reading Environment Ethnography Field Trips for People and Environment
Optional Courses Roads, Mobility, Movement, Migration Anthropological Theory for MSc The Museum Idea More Than Human Supervised Reading Curating and Exhibition Work Placement for MSc in People and Environment Research Design and Practice in Anthropology Culture and Society in Latin America