English Language Instructor
Wayne Redpath is a political anthropologist and CELTA qualified English teacher. He has a Master’s degree in Anthropology and Cultural Politics from Goldsmiths, University of London (2007), and a Bachelor’s degree: BSc (Hons) in Applied Social Science (Social Anthropology) from the University of Southampton (2004). In addition, he also holds a CELTA qualification (Certificate of English Language Teaching to Adults) awarded by Cambridge University (2009) and is a PhD candidate with the London School of Economics and Political Science: LSE (2014). His academic background is in critical theory, classical and contemporary sociology, philosophy and anthropology, and he has taught sociology, anthropology and literary theory and criticism in India as well as designing and teaching academic writing and academic English for almost two years at Nepa school of social sciences and humanities in Nepal. His main research interests include areas of cultural contestation; political violence, historical and contemporary revolutionary movements. He specialises in the study of the creation, manipulation and dissemination of ideological frameworks and their physical manifestation in material culture, ritual and cultural practices.
This semester Mr Redpath is teaching Academic English I.
Office hours: Fridays 1:00 pm to 3: 00 pm