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Emma Tarlo on BBC Womans Hour


Listen to Professor Emma Tarlo talk hair with Lauren Laverne on BBC Womans Hour. Podcast can be downloaded from BBC Player

Meet Anthropology’s Department Reps!

Department Reps are students just like you who are interested in your experience at Goldsmiths, and will regularly attend committees and meetings with staff members to feedback on issues good and bad. As a result of their work changes are regularly made across the college on matters students feel strongly about. In the past, they have produced research on issues such as learning and teaching, use of campus space, hidden course costs and employability.


Lauren Haley
UG Department Rep

Hi we are the reps for anthropology, this year; me and Charlotte are the Department Reps and Yosra is the accessibility and inclusion rep.We are the link to get your voices heard within the department and the university as a whole, with successful reports going on to make minor/significant changes and agreements within the uni over the past 5 years. We are going to run a feedback forum through Facebook and Whatsapp (coming next week), drop ins, and excursions throughout the year, don’t hesitate to get in touch!




Charlotte Vergette
UG Department Rep

I applied to be a department rep because I want to make sure students in the department are supported and feel heard and that their input not only matters but is enacted.




Yosra Elhamamy 
Accessability and Inclusion Rep

Here is an interesting fact about Yosra!

I’m bilingual and have set myself a challenge to learn a bit of every language by the end of 2017!