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Dissertations

bioanth courses 1Dissertations in Biological Anthropology as part of the Archaeology Tripos

  • Towards a Part IIB in Archaeology, Biological Anthropology Track or Biological Anthropology/Archaeology Joint Track
  • Towards a Part II in PBS or NST

Dissertations towards completion of a Part IIB in the Archaeology Tripos, or done as an option/minor by Part II students in the PBS or NST Triposes, follow these regulations:

    • A topic within the field of Biological Anthropology, approved by the HoD by the end of Michaelmas Term
    • Not more than 10,000 words, including footnotes, figures, tables, and captions but not including appendices and bibliography.
    • It may or not include original data collection and analysis (i.e., either in the form of a piece of original research, or in the form of an extended essay)
    • To be submitted at the division of Easter Term


Dissertations in Biological Anthropology as part of BBS, Natural Sciences Tripos

  • Towards a Part II in BBS Major in Human Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

Dissertations towards completion of a NST Biological and Biomedical Sciences Part II, follow these regulations:

    • A topic within the field of Biological Anthropology, approved by the division of the Michaelmas Term
    • Not more than 6,000 words, excluding tables, figures, and references.
    • Not including original data collection and analysis (i.e., in the form of an extended essay)
    • To be submitted on the first Friday of Easter Term

Paper Coordinator: BioAnth Part II Coordinator