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Teaching Anthropology (TA) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal
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A journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute dedicated to the teaching of anthropology, TA promotes dialogue and reflection about anthropological pedagogies in schools, colleges, universities and beyond.

"COCO papel picado" by Steve Simpson
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A collection of resources, teaching tools and links for classrooms and seminars that foster interactivity and engagement with anthropology.

Special Issue: Reimagining Diversity. Vol 10, No. 1
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This Special Issue seeks to unravel some of the everyday experiences, practices and policies encoded in diversity ‘speak’ and ‘diversity work’ across anthropology departments in the UK.

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A multimedia repository sharing teaching practices and interviews as well as a curated list of ethnographic films and media for teaching

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