From top left clockwise: Kashgar market; Mortar boys, Iran; Bedouin woman, Jordan; Morrocan market trader; On the river Congo; Bafut, the Fon, Cameroon
(Copyright 2011, Helen Carr. All rights reserved.)

 

The Society seeks to develop links through personal relationships, advocacy of interests and concerns, raising the public profile of the works, Alumni and Staff of the University of Oxford’s School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography.

 

Founded in June 2011, we recognise the need to increase the profile and expand the work of the University of Oxford’s School of Anthropology & Museum Ethnography in the United Kingdom and overseas. In order, therefore, to build closer and deeper relationships between University Alumni and Staff, and the peoples and places that have been a focus of our research and study, as well as promote the school’s role, function and impact beyond academia, we have created a unique organisation which will promote links with visitors and UK residents from many parts of the world. This includes intellectuals, politicians, journalists, policy consultants as well as academics of a variety of disciplines. In this way, we support the study and enjoyment of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography.

 

In response to feedback from members, on a lighter note, we are developing a society where kindred spirits can meet, share their interests and visit places and events together. Please see News and Events for further details.

 

(Copyright 2011, OUAMEAS. All rights reserved.)
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