AQA AS/A Level: Anthropology and World Archaeology
The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology’s collections span nearly two million years of human history, on all six inhabited continents. MAA is not a dusty museum about the ancient past. It is also about contemporary life all over the world, and works with modern-day indigenous communities in all kinds of ways.
This taught gallery session is an in-depth look at the relationships between museums and indigenous peoples, and discusses current issues with collection, curation, and repatriation. Students will learn how the collections at the Museum came to be and how we navigate the ethics of display and access for indigenous communities.
As an optional addition to your visit students are also offered the opportunity to speak with members from the Faculties of Archaeology or Anthropology, part of University of Cambridge, to hear more about degree level study. This offer is subject to availability and upon request at the point of booking.
Thinking of extending your visit? Our School Liaison Officers at the University of Cambridge offer an insight into University life though College Tours. Please see the area links page for more information.