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).
“Ann had the perfect balance of formality and informality in delivering tutorials. Approachable and extremely knowledgeable, I would highly recommend her as a tutor!” — Cherry, UK
“Ann is one of the most memorable professors of my academic career. During my time studying abroad and beyond, Ann was essential to my burgeoning understanding of the humanities as well as European culture. She is an excellent educator and anthropologist who is no stranger to going above and beyond on behalf of her students. I am an ethnographer today largely due to her influence.” — Alex, USA