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Module code: AN680
Credits: 10
Semester: 1
International: Yes
Coordinator: Dr Steve Coleman (ANTHROPOLOGY)
Overview Overview

As part of the CREOLE curriculum, an Intensive Programme (IP) is organised each year by a partner institution. The IP usually takes places in summer. All Creole students have to attend the IP after their first year in the programme. The general topic of each IP is decided each year by the local organiser in agreement with the steering committee of the Creole programme.
The overall structure includes presentations of teachers to accord with the general topic of the IP; student presentations are about their MA research project; the presentation should deal with the following aspects: a short description of the thematic; the main research question; the construction of the fieldwork and research methods to be applied; the main theory(ies) used; 5-10 main literature titles. Furthermore, there may be specific structures at an IP, like interactive workshops, depending on the decision of the steering committee and the local organisers.

Open Learning Outcomes
Open Teaching & Learning methods
Open Assessment
Open Autumn Supplementals/Resits
Open Timetable
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