Supervision system and the structure of learning
Undergraduate supervisions in Cambridge are formally organised by the Colleges: a Director of Studies will set up supervisions for her or her students.
There are some specific arrangements for Part I students in Archaeology and Anthropology, as follows:
Paper 1 supervisors - This supervisor list is available on CAMTOOLS
Paper 2 supervisors - a list of recommended supervisors can be provided for Directors of Studies by the paper coordinator, currently Dr Leslie Knapp.
Paper 3 supervisors - a list of recommended supervisors can be provided for Directors of Studies by the by the paper coordinator, currently Dr Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov.
Paper 4a supervisors - Supervision for this paper is undertaken by the four Department Assistants in Teaching (DATs). In 2012/13 these are Dr Jake Dunn (Biological Anthropology), Dr Fiona Stewart (Biological Anthropology), Dr Richard Irvine (Social Anthropology), and Ms Kathrin Felder (Archaeology).
Paper 4b, Paper 4c and Paper 4d are taught by the Faculty of Faculty of Politics, Psychology, Sociology and International Studies, which provides lists of recommended supervisors for Directors of Studies.
Lists of Supervisors for papers 5, 6 and 7 can be obtained by Directors of Studies from the UTOs in Egyptology and Assyriology (Dr Augusta McMahon, Professor Nicholas Postgate, Professor John Ray and Dr Kate Spence), all in the Department of Archaeology.