Hello and welcome to Harris-Jones Anthropology.
This website has been set up to provide resources and help to new and current anthropologists alike from across the whole discipline. There is a growing set of resources including brief introductions to important anthropological concepts, key texts you may want to look into, and more. Content covers a wide range of different topics across anthropology, providing a variety of information that is hopefully easy to read and digest. The site has been designed for ease of navigation, with an archive of posts and labels that divide content into manageable sections, so please take your time browsing through the material. There are also downloadable resources for students such as glossaries of terms which you are welcome to use freely. You may also have specific questions or ideas that you would like to voice so you are welcome to contact me via the contact page.
As for me, my name is Joshua Harris-Jones and I graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a BSc in Anthropology (first class honours) in 2017. I am currently studying an MSc in Ethnobotany at the University of Kent. The reason I started this website in the first place was for and reasons, first I am completely in love with anthropology as a subject, and second I noticed that what few resources exist for anthropology students are either scattered, written in alien anthropologist-ese or hidden behind a huge paywall. This is why I decided to bring what knowledge and advice I could to others studying such a wonderful subject.
I hope you all enjoy the site, and I hope the information we provide is interesting and engaging, if there is anything you would like to know, or have any requests then please don’t hesitate to leave a comment, or contact me using the dedicated form. Please don’t forget to subscribe to this website (which you can do via the footer), and check out Harris-Jones Anthropology on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ too, thank you.