Undergraduate work published in new student research journal
2 July 2020
We are delighted to announce that six of our undergraduate students on the Anthropology (BA) course, have had research papers published in the first edition of the new Student Researchers' journal.
The journal, organised by postgraduate student Emily Kinder and produced by the Bristol Institute for Learning and Teaching (BILT), was created to showcase the work of undergraduate students and encourage them to view their study as genuine research.
Congratulations to the following students, who have seen their work published in the journal:
- ‘“Dirt is matter out of place”: a discussion of Mary Douglas’s theoretical paradigm.’ - Charlotte Ross
- ‘Behind the Glass - An examination of the arguments for and against heritage preservation’ - Ed Samuelson
- ‘Critiques of Classic Theories of Socialisation in Child-Centric Ethnographies’ - Lola Caston-Hawkes‘
- ‘Development’ in Africa: An Anthropologist’s Perspective on How Attitudes and Approaches Have Changed Over Time, Based on Localised Case Studies’ - April Whitworth‘
- 'A Foucauldian analysis of the Kikuyu and Puerto Rican Transition into Medicalised Contraception’- Ava Chowdhury-Turner
- ‘Education as a Way to Reduce Teen Pregnancy in Nigerian Hausaland: An Anthropological Analysis’- Jasmine Calladine