This project is an attempt to understand some of the huge changes that take place in the life of one woman, Soozie, who after suffering from profound hearing loss for over 20 years, has had a good level of hearing…Read More →
Some selected works by students, staff and alumni of the Granada Centre - continuously updated!
This study explores an Islam envisioned by a specific reform movement that aims to refashion Islamic identity through aesthetic practice. Their hope is to encourage a sense of shared humanity that promotes integration and a British Muslim identity. Rather than…Read More →
I directed and edited After The Rains Came: Seven short stories about objects and lifeworlds as part of a period of my MA Visual Anthropology ethnographic research among the cow herding Samburu people of Northern Kenya. My original intention had…Read More →
Part of my research on hunting in Burkina Faso was necessarily centred on the relationship of the people I studied with their environment. I found myself to understand the importance of agriculture, the fundamental source of subsistence for most villagers…Read More →
My photographic work explores identity and memory in areas that have been affected by major changes in the more distant past. In my degree project in the former German Democratic Republic I investigate how people today, 18 years after the…Read More →
This project is a phenomenological enquiry into the experience of imprisonment. Drawing on anthropologically informed theories of perception and imagination this film explores the relationship between the real and the unreal, the physical and the imagined, and the in- and…Read More →