I currently teach and supervise a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses at UCL, including Methods and Techniques in Biological Anthropology (BSc), Introduction to Biological Anthropology (BSc), Being Human (BSc), Biosocial Anthropology, Health, and Environment (MSc), Postgraduate Methods and Skills (MSc), Resource Use and Impacts (MSc), and Introductory Statistics (MSc)

I also regularly teach as in invited lecturer at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) PASTRES (Pastoralism, Uncertainty and Resilience: Global Lessons from the Margins) project (including an online course in Pastoralism and Uncertainty ) and at Kingston University on the Environmental Management MSc

A selection of the courses I teach are listed below

Would you like to study with me? Students on the following courses at UCL are, in general, able to take my courses (restrictions apply): BSc Human Sciences, BSc Anthropology, MSc Human Evolution and Behaviour, MSc Biosocial Medical Anthropology and MSc Medical Anthropology. For more information please visit UCL Anthropology.

Do you have a research project you would like to discuss? I supervise a range of students from doctoral researchers to undergraduates. Examples of my previous supervisory projects can be found here.

Pastoralism and Uncertainty

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Introductory Statistics

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Resource Use and Impacts

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Biosocial Anthropology, Health, and Environment

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Being Human

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Introduction to Biological Anthropology

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Methods and Techniques in Biological Anthropology

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