From top clockwise: Djenne mosque; Minaret,Bukhara; Slave castle, Ghana; Old lady, Vietnam
(Copyright 2011, Helen Carr, Eva Cyhlarova. All rights reserved.)

As the first alumni ‘interest’ group of its kind, we support the university’s efforts to provide fairer access.

Oxford University's Access has now been approved by the Office for Fair Access (OFFA). An article in the August 2011 edition of the Alumni Office's ebulletin listed five things Alumni should know and five actions everyone can do to help in relation to the agreement. (The August edition has disappeared from the Alumni site, but do look around the Alumni Office site for more information about alumni activities generally.)

We are very grateful to the Alumni Office for their support and advice. Likewise, we extend our thanks to the departmental office of the School.

So, how can you support the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography? Well, your membership of our group will underpin advice and support given to members about to undertake fieldwork, with the invaluable insights of those who have gone before. Please see the Membership page for more details.

(Copyright 2012, OUAMEAS. All rights reserved.)

Where are you now?  What have you done since leaving the department? The School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography has asked OUAMEAS whether we can highlight the interesting things that the department's alumni have done in their careers and in their lives. As you will have noticed, various members of OUAMEAS have written their own member profiles, showcasing their talents and their experience.  But what does happen to old Oxford anthropology students? We'd like to hear, and, if you are willing, to share on this website.  Please contact Nic Carlyle, the Membership Secretary, at  

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