The Anthropology Club organizes and sponsors events that enrich the education experience of students with an interest in Anthropology: the study of human diversity on a cross-cultural basis. The club maintains a busy schedule of meetings and hosts guest lecturers, master's degree thesis defenses and films.
Meeting times : Every Wednesday, 10:00 am, BMH 104. Open to all!
Anthropology Club shirts and other items are on sale at Cafe Press
President: Walker Burgett
Vice President: Roberta Gordaoff
Treasurer: Ted Parsons
Secretary: Christina Fieldhouse
Club Council Representative: Jay Stariwat
SPONSORED EVENTS 2011-12
September 7, 2012
BROWN BAG SERIES, SPRING 2012
Dr. Marie Lowe, ISER, UAA
“Applied Anthropology and Public Policy Research”
February 10, 2012
Dr. Rachel Mason, National Park Services and UAA
“The Continuing Story of Four Lost Aleutian Villages”
February 17, 2012
Dr. Aron Crowell,
Alaska Director, Arctic Studies Center, Smithsonian Institution & UAA
“That Anthropologist Oughta Be in a Museum”
February 24, 2012
Dr. Richard Brown, ICHS, UAA
“Between Worlds: Practicing Anthropology in Public Health and Clinical Medicine”
March 30, 2012
Dr. Alan Boraas and Dr. Catherine Knott,
Kenai Campus, UAA
SPONSORED EVENTS 2010-11
4/22. Imagining "Atlanta": Spatiality and the Cultural Politics of Experimental Medicine in East Africa. A Lecture by Dr. Denielle Elliott. 3:00 pm, Rasmuson Hall, Room 101.
4/15. Meet and greet: Sarah Krier. 1:15 pm, BMH 104.
4/15. Our Roots, Our Strength: The Jamu Industry, Women's Health and Islam in Contemporary Indonesia. A Lecture by Sarah Krier. 4:30 pm, Consortium Library, Room 307.
4/12. Book and Bake Sale. SSB Foyer, 10-4.
4/8. Meet and greet: Dr. Kristen Ogilve. 1:15; BMH 104.
4/8. One Size Doesn't Fit All: Legal Product Abuse and the Importance of Context in Drug Use Prevention. A Lecture by Dr. Kristen Ogilvie. 3 pm, Consortium Library, Room 307.
11/5 and 11/2. Film Screenings. "Between: Living in the Hyphen," Director Anne Marie Nakagawa. Fine Arts Building 150, 6:00-7:00 pm; BMH 104, 12:00-1:00 pm.
10/8. "What I Did This Summer II: More Tales from the Field." 12:00-2:00 pm, BMH 104.
9/23, Dr. Patricia McAnany, "Questioning Maya Collapse: A Reconsideration of Apocalyptic Narratives." 7 pm, Rasmuson 101. (Refer News and Events)
9/17. "What I Did This Summer: Tales from the Field." 12:00-3:00 pm, BMH 104.
9/10. Robert Dean. "The Changing Landscape of the Kenai Star Mining District, Southcentral Alaska." MA Defense. 2:00-4:00 pm, BMH 104.