September 17th, 2009
Screening and Discussion of “I Love You Man” 6:30pm Scrumptious Barbecue (complete with vegetarian and vegan options) and Movie will be followed by discussion of the film with Sarah Pinto, Assistant Professor of Anthropology; Alonso Nichols, University Photographer and Black Men's Group Advisor; and, Steph Gauchel, Director of the Women’s Center. Come at 5 if you would like to help prepare the meal!
September 22, 2009
Jonathan Shapiro Anjaria, "States of Illegality: Quotidian corruption and political practice in Mumbai" Cabot 206, 5:30pm-7:30pm
Annual GBAC Distinguished Lecture: Anna Tsing, Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar and Professor of Anthropology at the University of California, Santa Cruz, will be giving a lecture on April 6, 2009 on "Supply Chains and the Human Condition"
Dinner & Movie with the Anth Collective
& Women's Center-
April 16, 2009 at 6:00 PM
Screening of Changeling, dinner and discussion led by Prof. Sarah Pinto and Steph Gauchel, Director of the Women's Center Click here for more information
LIVE FROM BETHLEHEM
Screening and discussion with producer Joseph Sousa, Emmy-nominated writer, director, and producer for public and commercial television
March 30, 2009 at 7:00
Terrace Room, Paige Hall
NEXT MEETING will be March 31st ... and there will be NO MEETING
on Tues. April 7th due to Anna Tsing's visit and a potential for an anthropology overdose.
BROWN BAG LUNCH Q AND A session to answer all your questions about choosing an Anthro advisor and selecting your classes will be held during open block on Wednesday April 1st. More info to come ...
General Interest Meeting (Annual)
Pool ideas, get on our mailing list, delegate projects, plan the semester
Faculty Meet & Greet (Semesterly)
Meet anthropology professors, learn about their research projects, exchange ideas about the Collective
Course Registration Information Session (Semesterly)
Get feedback from other students about anthropology courses-coursework, professors, teachings style, work load, requirements, etc.
Ethnographic Encounters: Student Research Presentations (Semesterly)
get a sample of student research/fieldwork experiences through informal presentations
Visual Anthropology Presentation by Prof. Kevin Anderson (Spring 2005)
Peabody Museum, Harvard University (Spring 2005, Fall 2005)
$6 admission and free transportation for early birds
Pequot Nation museum in Connecticut (Field Trip)
IRC Donations (November-December 2005)
Donation boxes for the International Rescue Committee (IRC) to help African refugees through their first winter. We are looking for items such as scarves, sweaters, blankets, space heaters, hats, snow boots, coats, etc.
- Film Series
Collaborate with Film Series to show ethnographic films
- Lecture Series
Recruit speakers to address current issues from an anthropological perspective
- Alumni Panel
Host anthropology alums in the area to talk about how their undergrad major informed their career choices