Annual AnthroPlus Student Conference 2015





Join a conversation on diversifying the field of anthropology. Explore innovative knowledge production and presentation as we attempt to expand the horizons of anthropological method, theory, study, and practice within and outside of academia. 

Featuring Dr. Jane Henrici

Jane Henrici, Ph.D. in Anthropology, is Study Director at the Institute for Women's Policy Research in Washington, DC. She specializes in gender, policy, and development among low-income communities internationally and nationally, and directed IWPR's research in the Middle East and North Africa.

and Dr. Flordeliz Bugarin

"As a cultural anthropologist and archaeologist, I specialize in Africa and the African Diaspora.  I focus on the heritage and culture of African Americans, Gambians, South African Xhosa, and Filipino Americans.  I also bridge historical archaeology, heritage management, and international development.  Throughout my work, I support community-driven initiatives, focus on minority concerns, and participate in activities geared towards increasing diversity in our profession.

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!