Two of the anthropology students I worked with on the 'Theory, Methods, Practice: Critical Perspectives' module at UWTSD had their undergraduate research showcased at Parliament for the Posters in Parliament event. Stephen Moyes presented his work on using remote audio elicitation methods in ethnographic interviews and James Barker considered the therapeutic benefits of green spaces. It was great to see cutting edge undergraduate research showcased at the heart of government.
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Earlier Event: December 18PAPER Theoretical Archaeology Group 2017, "Doing time: Ontogenesis, causality, and the life-matter predicament"
Later Event: February 26Ethnographic Research: Life at the Ashram