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Additional practical training can be provided, alongside some access to department audio-visual equipment and facilities, but we generally expect MPhil/PhD candidates to have an appropriate level of practical visual production skills and to be largely self-sufficient in this area. The emphasis of the visual anthropology training in the first year is on key themes and issues within the sub-field, particularly in relation to your own work. You develop your own research project over the year through the production of several small-scale visual projects. Guidance and feedback on visual and academic work will be provided in the weekly visual practice seminars and through supervision meetings
You can view examples of our students´ films from the MA in Visual Anthropology on the Goldsmiths website.
Assessment: Thesis (including film or photographic portfolio) and viva voce.
You will need to demonstrate a proficiency in visual techniques (video or photography), either from a previous degree course, or from practical experience. If converting from another discipline, you should first study for the MA in Social Anthropology, or the MA in Visual Anthropology, or you should do a Conversion Qualifying Year normally involving three courses from the MA.
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