Syracuse Undergraduate Anthropology Club

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The Undergraduate Anthropology Club at Syracuse University is committed to inspiring a deep appreciation for cultural diversity in all of its forms. Through social events, workshops, and lectures from invited scholars, the club intends to maintain its commitment. We welcome anyone who is interested in learning more about anthropology and its contributions to academic scholarship and the world at large, so stay updated on all of our events throughout the year!

Get to know us! Here are some snap shots from our recent tabling event in HBC. We love chatting with our peers about our club and all that our department and the field of anthropology have to offer!

Announcements

  • The Anthropology Club is organizing Libre: Migrant Detention and the New Sanctuary Movement on April 17. Join us for a screening of the film Libre by Anna Barsan, and a discussion with Professor Jamie Winders (Geography) on the privatization of migrant detention and the New Sanctuary Movement. The event will be held in Crouse Hinds Hall 010 (Syracuse University) from 6:30 - 7:30 pm. This event is open to the public!
  • The Anthropology Club is promoting the Chechnya Crisis Appeal to support the Russian LGBT Network. For over two years, the Russian LGBT Network has been providing social and material support to victims of Chechnya's homophobic violence. Follow this link to donate: www.gofundme.com/chechnya-crisis-appeal.
  • Join the Anthropology Club in its second annual Food Drive from April 15-22. Donation boxes are located in front of Maxwell School department offices, and all proceeds will go to the Hendricks Chapel Food Pantry.
  • On April 25, six undergraduate students in the Distinction program will present their anthropological research. Further details will be provided.
  • The Syracuse University Anthropology Department is hosting the 2019 Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference, and the Anthropology Club is organizing an undergraduate poster session on May 3. Come out and support!