Teaching Anthropology (TA) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal dedicated to the teaching of anthropology. A journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, TA promotes dialogue and reflection about anthropological pedagogies in schools, colleges and universities. Teaching sharpens our research questions and pushes forward disciplinary knowledge. It also opens possibilities for personal and professional transformation. Bringing together anthropological and educational ideas, the journal fosters a critical engagement with teaching practices and their role in developing our anthropological capacities. We also aim to stimulate scholarly discussions about the relationship between pedagogy and its social, institutional and political contexts.
- What Socio-Cultural Anthropology can do for Education?
- Climate Crisis and the Classroom: Becoming Sustainable Learners
- Community-Engaged Learning (CEL) as a Logical fit for Teaching Anthropology
- A foreign student, not yet an international learner.
- How do we prepare our students for a realistic job market? Problem-based learning