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The Collaborative Anthropology Research Group at the University of St Andrews is made up of staff and doctoral students working to incorporate elements of collaboration into their research projects. Some of us have been engaged in collaborative work for several years, others are beginning to think about the possibilities, challenges and limits of collaboration.

We take collaboration to be the process through which informants and anthropologist share in the design, implementation and dissemination of research. Collaboration is currently emerging strongly as a transformative drive in anthropology, mirroring developments in other disciplines.

Latest news

The Limits of Collaboration: Assessing Collaborative Research in Anthropology

February 9, 2015

We are pleased to announce a research week on The Limits of Collaboration from 8th-12th September 2015.

During the week Professor Paul Sillitoe of Durham University will be delivering the Ladislav Holy lecture, followed by a 2-day symposium.

Collaborative Research Group meeting March 2015

February 1, 2015

On Wednesday 11th March we held the first meeting of the group with a range of interesting presentations.