Our people Joan MA Filmmaking (Directing Fiction) "At Goldsmiths I learned to be a director. I thought I was one before, but I really wasn't." Filter profiles Filter profiles DepartmentDegree type Filters for Department AnthropologyArtCentre for Academic Language and LiteraciesComputingDesignEducational StudiesEnglish and Creative WritingInstitute for Creative and Cultural EntrepreneurshipInstitute of Management StudiesLawMedia, Communications and Cultural StudiesMusicPolitics and International RelationsPsychologySocial, Therapeutic and Community StudiesSociologyTheatre and PerformanceVisual Cultures Filters for Degree type BachelorsMPhil/PhDMastersOther postgraduateOther undergraduate Close filter Filter profiles Sociology Louka Maju Goetzke PhD Candidate, Goethe University Frankfurt MA Sociology (Cultural Analysis) With the MA Sociology (Cultural Analysis) – formerly MA Creative and Cultural Analysis – I found a unique multidisciplinary program that allowed me to solidify my knowledge in sociocultural theory and analysis. Lion Blau MA Sociology (Cultural Analysis) The MA programme's openness in terms of choosing modules makes it possible to create one's own pinpointed studies Muireann Bird MA Sociology (Cultural Analysis) The flexible, interdisciplinary nature of the MA meant that I could make choices about which modules to take as my knowledge and interest grew. Marta Maria Nicolazzi Social Researcher, Writer, Educator and Activist BA (Hons) Sociology "One of the things I found extremely fascinating was how free, open, supportive, stimulating and friendly the entire campus was, from the students to the professors, to the entire staff." Weronika Raca MA Human Rights, Culture & Social Justice "The favourite part of my degree was the quality of teaching, the engaging debates with staff and fellow students and meeting all the amazing people along the way. Goldsmiths has equipped me with life skills that made me who I am today." Gavriel Nelken BA (Hons) Sociology "The 3 years spent in the Sociology Department really made me feel the existence of a community of critical scholars."