Social Anthropology Student Fieldwork Fund

Social Anthropology Student Fieldwork Fund

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Each year Cambridge Social Anthropology students write their Dissertations based on their own field research as a part of their final degree.

Our students regularly feedback that their Dissertation was the most meaningful and worthwhile part of their time studying social anthropology at Cambridge.  Students choose topics that frequently require funds for living costs or travel to make their research feasible. Please consider donating to our Social Anthropology Student Fieldwork Fund through which we can help students with small contributions to make their dissertation fieldwork feasible, especially supporting those in Colleges where such funds are not available.

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To support the Social Anthropology Student Fieldwork Fund you can donate online, or to discuss your philanthropic goals, please contact:

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Clare Gordon

Associate Director — Humanities and Social Sciences

cg685@cam.ac.uk

(+44) 7544 158 742

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The Department of Social Anthropology includes the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

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