AnthroPlus Student Conference
Saturday, March 5, 2016
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
The University of Maryland, College Park
Nyumburu Cultural Center
Breakfast and lunch will be served.
Theme: Building Community Engagement and Social Equity in a Changing World
How do communities and professionals engage each other in issues of global social equity? What are the benefits and challenges of conducting applied research inside and outside the boundaries of academia? Join us as we expand the horizons of anthropological method, theory, study, and practice. We invite graduate and undergraduate students in anthropology, the social sciences, and related fields to contribute to this multidisciplinary student-run conference.
Associate Professor of Anthropology, American University
Dr. Rachel J. Watkins examines the health consequences of poverty and inequality through skeletal and documentary analysis. Dr. Watkins’ engages in socially relevant research that is useful for understanding health and disease patterns in marginal populations over time, as well as their relationship to changing historical trends and policies. This research is critical in the future development of health policy and health advocacy practices.
Register for Free
AnthroPlus is a conference by graduate students for students in the
field of anthropology and akin disciplines. Submissions of paper and
poster abstracts about original research, ideas and projects are now
welcome. Submission is not restricted to students of anthropology -- all students doing relevant work in the social sciences and humanities are welcome to submit!
Breakfast and lunch will be provided!
2016 Location: Nyumburu Cultural Center