The FYP Forum is a platform for undergraduate students to present their final year research projects on a topic of their choice. In the project, students would demonstrate their ability in applying concepts, theories and skills they have learnt in their years of anthropology study. This year, the forum will be held on Apr 20, 2015 (Monday) at 14:00–17:30 at NAH 213.
There will be 27 presentations on diverse topics, including "Consumption and Identity", "Heritage and Conservation", "Art and Popular Culture", "Understanding Body", "Discipline and Work", "Life Course and Community", and "Activism and Altruism".
All interested are welcome. Undergraduate students of other years are recommended to attend the forum since it can give them better understanding of their capstone course and inspire them of more anthropological research topics.
(Refreshments will be provided.)