Courses Convened

I have convened the following courses:

Social Anthropology discipline area, School of Social Sciences,
University of Manchester (2008-)

⋅The Study and Practice of Anthropology at Manchester (first year core course, 5 week sequence on ‘Voice’)

⋅The Anthropology of the Modern State (third year and MA optional course; 10 weeks)

⋅Key Ideas in Social Anthropology (first year core course; 10 weeks)

⋅Afterlives of Soviet Socialism (third year and MA course; 10 weeks)

⋅Regional Studies of Culture (first year core course; 5 week sequence on Central Asia)

⋅Pre-University Course in Social Anthropology (8-week course for sixth form students from Pendleton College, Salford)

⋅Culture and Power (first year core course; 10 weeks)

⋅Current Anthropology at Manchester (second year core course; 2 week sequence on ethnography and conflict)

 

Institute for Continuing Education,
University of Cambridge (2006)

⋅Seeing Through Other Eyes: An Introduction to Social Anthropology (11 week evening course for the public)

 

Department of Cultural Anthropology and Archaeology,
American University-Central Asia (2005)

⋅The Anthropology of Ethnicity (third and fourth year optional course; 8 weeks)

⋅Contemporary Anthropological Theory (third year core course; 8 weeks)

 

Department of Sociology,
American University in Kyrgyzstan (later: American University-Central Asia) (2000-2002)

⋅Senior Thesis Seminar (fourth year core course; 34 weeks)

⋅Research Methods Practicum (third and fourth year optional course, in Russian; 17 weeks)

⋅The Sociology of Post-Communist Transition (third and fourth year optional course; 17 weeks)

⋅Contemporary Social Theory (second year core course; 17 weeks)

⋅Introduction to Methods of Social Research (second year core course; 17 weeks)

⋅Central Asian Politics and Society (third and fourth year optional course; 17 weeks)

⋅A Social and Political History of the USSR (third and fourth year optional course; 17 weeks)

⋅Classical Social Theory (second year core course; 17 weeks)

⋅Language, Ethnicity and Identity (third and fourth year optional course; 17 weeks)

 

Osh State University (2001-2)

⋅Ideas in Context (third and fourth year optional course; 10 weeks)

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Madeleine Reeves

About Madeleine Reeves

I came to Social Anthropology through a roundabout route via the study of Social and Political Sciences and Russian history. After working for two years in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan and retraining as an anthropologist through an MPhil and PhD at the University of Cambridge I joined the University of Manchester in 2007 as an RCUK Research Fellow in Conflict, Cohesion and Change. In 2012 I joined the Social Anthropology discipline area as a Senior Lecturer in Social Anthropology.