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Updates, events and work in progress from our students and staff

 

Tales of the Unexpected

By Posted in - PhD & Sound on September 30th, 2014 0 Comments

This is an extract from a podcast, Dead Air, that I have produced in Fiji while undertaking research on Indo-Fijians and missionaries. Mastro, a Fijian of Indian descent, tells a tale of how he purchased his first house in the…

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New Website Online!

By Posted in - News on September 1st, 2014 0 Comments

The Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology has a new website. Its aim is to give visibility to the work of its students and staff, especially giving those working in Sensory Media a showcase side by side with the more established…

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The Man who almost Killed Himself

By Posted in - News & Staff on August 10th, 2014 0 Comments

The Man who almost Killed Himself is a new play and multi-media experience premiering at The Edinburgh Festival, on the BBC and at ODEON Cinemas around the country. A collaboration between theatre director Josh Azouz and Andrew Irving, the Director…

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Simulacra

By Posted in - MA & News on August 7th, 2014 0 Comments

The graduation screenings and exhibition by the 2014 class of our MA in Visual Anthropology are set for 17-19 October 2014, at Manchester’s Victoria Baths. The show presents a culmination of the students’ final works from both Ethnographic Documentary and…

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