Discover Anthropology

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RAI 25159 Alfred Reginald Radcliffe-Brown Radcliffe-Brown’s college nickname was ‘Anarchy Brown’ because of his admiration for anarchist communist Peter Kropotkin.

RAI 25159 Alfred Reginald Radcliffe-Brown Radcliffe-Brown’s college nickname was ‘Anarchy Brown’ because of his admiration for anarchist communist Peter Kropotkin.

RAI 35948 Bronislaw Malinowski Malinowski was fluent in Polish, French, German, Italian, Spanish, English and Trobriand and had some skills in Russian, Serbian, Dutch and Portuguese.

RAI 35948 Bronislaw Malinowski Malinowski was fluent in Polish, French, German, Italian, Spanish, English and Trobriand and had some skills in Russian, Serbian, Dutch and Portuguese.

RAI 35947 Date of photo: 1890s  Franz Boas actively challenged and campaigned against the notion that certain races were inferior.

RAI 35947 Date of photo: Franz Boas actively challenged and campaigned against the notion that certain races were inferior.

This is a fantastic accessible book that is part of a new Routledge series on creative teaching and learning anthropology. For all of us who are passionate cyclists!

Reconsidering the Bicycle: An Anthropological Perspective on a New (Old) Thing (Paperback) - Routledge

Consuming the Inedible: Neglected Dimensions of Food Choice (Anthropology of Food and Nutrition) (9781845456849): Jeremy MacClancy, C. Jeya Henry, Helen Macbeth: Books

Consuming the Inedible: Neglected Dimensions of Food Choice (Anthropology of Food and Nutrition) Jeremy MacClancy, C.

Liquid Bread: Beer and Brewing in Cross-cultural Perspective (Anthropology of Food and Nutrition) From Berghahn Books - Beer is an ancient alcoholic drink which, although produced through a more complex process than wine, was developed by a wide range of cultures to become internationally popular. This book is the first multidisciplinary, cross-cultural collection about beer. It explores the brewing processes used in antiquity and in traditional societies;

Liquid Bread: Beer and Brewing in Cross-cultural Perspective (Anthropology of Food and Nutrition) From Berghahn Books - Beer is an ancient alcoholic drink which, although produced through a more complex process than wine, was developed by a wide range of cultures to become internationally popular. This book is the first multidisciplinary, cross-cultural collection about beer. It explores the brewing processes used in antiquity and in traditional societies;

The poster for our Exploring Food, Connecting Communities event at the British Museum.

The poster for our Exploring Food, Connecting Communities event at the British Museum.

In 2008 the Royal Anthropological Institute took part in the Live Better for Less outreach event.  The event aimed to provide information to people on how to live happier, healthier lives while spending less money. The event consisted of exhibitions with supporting workshops, demonstrations and a website. The useful information, links and resources are still pertinent today.

In 2008 the Royal Anthropological Institute took part in the Live Better for Less outreach event. The event aimed to provide information to people on how to live happier, healthier lives while spending less money. The event consisted of exhibitions with supporting workshops, demonstrations and a website. The useful information, links and resources are still pertinent today.

This was part of our exhibition at the Live Better for Less Outreach event in Eastbourne. The event looked at how to eat a healthy diet on a budget. The idea behind this interactive activity was to see how many kids/students could identify their food items and find out if they knew where they were produced.

This was part of our exhibition at the Live Better for Less Outreach event in Eastbourne. The event looked at how to eat a healthy diet on a budget. The idea behind this interactive activity was to see how many kids/students could identify their food items and find out if they knew where they were produced.

The Royal Anthropological Institute is very excited to be taking part in the 17th World Congress IUAES meeting next week in Manchester. If you are attending the event come and say hello at the RAI stand!   http://www.iuaes2013.org/

The Royal Anthropological Institute is very excited to be taking part in the 17th World Congress IUAES meeting next week in Manchester. If you are attending the event come and say hello at the RAI stand! http://www.iuaes2013.org/

A great resource!

Toda from The Ethnographic Series project Native Women of South India: Manners and Customs by Pushpamala. N and Clare Arni.

An Introduction to A-level Anthropology  Watch this video and find out what teachers and students think about this fascinating course! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gR6kJk8n1DA

An Introduction to A-level Anthropology Watch this video and find out what teachers and students think about this fascinating course! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gR6kJk8n1DA

The RAI's Discover Anthropology Programme Presents: A series of evening events and exhibitions that explores the relationship between human movement, space and expression

The RAI's Discover Anthropology Programme Presents: A series of evening events and exhibitions that explores the relationship between human movement, space and expression