Anthro Club prez and secretary Caroline and De representing at the club fair. Stay tuned for announcements about next week's club general interest meeting (Wed. Sept. 6, 7:30 PM)
While in Seoul this summer, Prof. David Kim recently met up with Anthropology senior Mehnaz Sultana, who is currently enrolled in a summer program at Hanyang University, in Seoul, South Korea. While there, she plans to conduct preliminary fieldwork on her Senior Project on K-pop.
Prof. Jason Pine was the keynote speaker at the workshop, "Mafia Culture: Between Enchantment, Justification, and Cultural Commodities" (July 5-6). The event was sponsored by the Graduate School for the Humanities, Cologne, Germany
Congratulations to the Anthropology students who presented at the NSS Symposium in May! You made us proud!
Noemi DeJesus, "Please Wear Headphones": Affective Labor, Gender, and Intimacy in the ASMR Community"
Jasmine Pryce, "Risk, Uncertainty, and Possibility: The Sensorial Consumption of Casinos and Gambling"
Michael Bianco, "Laughing at Myself: An Ethnographic Study of American Stand-Up Comedy"
Cassidy Hammond, "More Personable, More Tangible": Analog, Authenticity, and Accumulation in a Digital Age"
Cassidy Hammond, Brandon Paris (Cinema Studies major, "Honorary Anthroid"), Noemi DeJesus
Anthropology Club presents the film, The Yes Men Are Revolting. Tuesday 5/2, 7:30 PM. Humanities 2045. All majors welcome!
(l) Kate Hope, Senior Development Associate at Abbott House
(r) Elmes Gomez, Artist Services Manager, Joyce Theatre
Anthropology Club and The School of Film and Media Studies present...
Anthropology/MSA Alumni Career Panel!
Come and hear recent Purchase grads talk about their work post-Purchase: careers include journalism and documentary film, social services, arts
Pizza and other tasty treats will be served--not to be missed!!!
Wednesday April 19th, 7 PM
Visual Arts 1016
National Anthro Day was a great success--over 30 students showed up to hear Purchase anthro alum Cat Owens talk about her work on the HBO hit show, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver!
Cat fielding questions from the audience
(from left) Professor Gaudio, Professor Pine and Cat, guest alumni speaker
Anthro Club president, Noemi De Jesus
Please join Anthropology students and faculty in celebrating National Anthropology Day on Wednesday 2/15 at 7 PM in Social Sciences 1006. Pizza and tasty treats will be served!
The event will feature Purchase Anthropology alum (class of 2013) Cat Owens who will speak about how she uses Anthropology in her work as Writer's Assistant at Last Week Tonight with John Oliver!!
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