Dr Ann Wand, DPhil (Oxon)
Anthropologist, Author, Consultant, Media Presenter
For over a decade, Ann has been a social and cultural anthropology lecturer, tutor and seminar instructor for undergraduate and postgraduate students at the University of Oxford, as a Western Humanities adjunct professor for Pepperdine University in Florence, Italy, and a visiting academic at Eurac Research in Bozen-Bolzano, Italy. As a curriculum designer, presenter and lecturer, Ann provides a variety of teaching modules and presentations for students and adults of all ages.
Courses and tutorials
Courses and tutorials taught include: ‘Honour, shame, morals and patronage’, ‘Multiculturalism, immigration and the European Right’, ‘Religion: Wicca and Neo-Paganism’, ‘Festivals and ritual’, ‘Nationalism and multiculturalism: Islam in French education’, ‘Ethnicity and nationalism: secularism in French education’, ‘Multiculturalism: Turkish immigrants in Germany’, ‘Western Civilization: 1300–1800 A.D.’, ‘Theories and approaches to anthropology’, ‘Project-based methods training course: ethnographies of arts and performance’, Anthropology of Europe, Fieldwork ethics, Nationalism and (im)migration & Anthropology of Education.
See a sample tutorial (PDF).