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Studying at Goldsmiths allowed me to find a community of aspiring anthropologists like myself
Radical and inviting learning environment at Goldsmiths
The learning environment of Goldsmiths was such a radical and inviting one. The relationship I had with my lecturers and tutors was refreshing and it felt like we were both in positions of learning, that they too wanted to learn from us as students and take in our feedback and discussions surrounding the course itself. Studying at Goldsmiths allowed me to find a community of aspiring anthropologists like myself and gave me the space to really foster my identity as a Black, mixed race, Caribbean woman.
Life after Goldsmiths
I'm currently working in the service industry with plans of starting a career in social research. I hope to be a writer in some capacity, actively involved in local communities, producing research that can inform social policy and hopefully make an impact on the lived experiences of those in marginalised positions
Enjoy the university experience
Enjoy the experience and stay open to all of the learning opportunities! You'll find your people, your niche interests and the confidence in your self.
Rewarding and enriching experience
As a born and bred south east Londoner, focusing my research on variant masculinities within South London, it was a rewarding and enriching experience. New cross I think will always feel like my second home and remind me of my time at Goldsmiths, even if it was just for a short year!