Durham University Anthropology Society is a student-led group run by and for enthusiasts of the subject. The society strives to provoke thought and interaction regarding all aspects of and perspectives on human science, society and culture, beyond the department and within the wider circle of our university. This is achieved through the diverse fun and challenging activities organised by the society, such as social events, discussion groups, film showings and trips as well as engagement with the other societies in the university. Input by members in the running of the society is welcomed, with elected positions on the exec committee available for those who wish to take a larger role in running their community. To learn more or join the society contact DurAnthSoc or visit the official website.
Department Seminar Series
The department organises an extensive programme of seminars with both internal speakers and guests of international renown. The weekly Durham Anthropology Seminar Series is a forum for presentation and debate by world-leading anthropologists that is cross-disciplinary in its focus. All students are welcome to attend these stimulating meetings. In addition, each of the research groups organises its own fortnightly seminars at which staff, postgraduates and visiting speakers present the fruits of their latest work, or discuss work of contemporary interest in the relevant sub-field.
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