New BA (hons) Archaeology and Anthropology degree at Southampton University

Snake boat festival at Aranmula, Kerala, India, Photo: Jesse Ransley
Snake boat festival at Aranmula, Kerala, India, Photo: Jesse Ransley

Now recruiting for 2015 entry, the University of Southampton is pleased to announce our new BA (Hons) in Archaeology and Anthropology. Based in the Department of Archaeology, this exciting programme draws from Social Sciences and Humanities and gives students the opportunity to understand human social organization and behaviour both past and present, using wide ranging methods from ethnography to the study of artefacts. In addition to core Archaeology and Anthropology modules, the course is flexible with more than 40 options to choose from. These range from courses on Gender and Society, Race and Ethnicity though to Human Origins, Human Osteology, and the Emergence of Civilization.

Full details of the course can be found here.

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