We are pleased to announce the launch of the 'new look' Anthropology Matters website. We have been working hard to improve its functionality and appearance, and we are sure you will find the new layout and design as pleasing as we do. Visit our website and have a look around - we welcome any comments and suggestions for the new site.
Together with the new website, is the latest edition of the Anthropology Matters journal - a special edition on Cities. This is a stimulating collection of papers: we hope you enjoy reading it.
Anthropology Matters aims to stimulate discussion on the production of anthropological knowledge through a focus on training, teaching, research and writing.
The website features an academic journal and discussion list, a directory of anthropologists and their interests, and access to teaching and learning resources. We encourage all those interested in anthropology to use and contribute to this website.
Anthropology Matters is the official post-graduate network of the Association of Social Anthropologists of UK and Commonwealth (ASA). Anthropology Matters is funded by the Centre for Learning & Teaching - Sociology, Anthropology & Politics (C-SAP) and run by a steering committee of UK-based postgraduate researchers and early-career anthropologists.
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