Graduate Research Seminar
The Anthropology Graduate Research Seminar takes place on Fridays, 2:30-3:45pm in SSC 2257
This seminar is organized by the Department of Anthropology. All graduate students present their research results in the seminar during the second half of their programs. Time permitting, faculty members and guest speakers may also present papers on their ongoing research in anthropology. This required course does not count for credit but appears as an audit on transcripts.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will:
- Be familiar with the current research of colleagues and faculty members.
- Appreciate the different ways in which anthropology is defined.
- Have been introduced to new theoretical perspectives and approaches that might be useful in their own research.
- Recognize what makes for an engaging and effective public presentation.
- Know how to effectively communicate with colleagues across sub-disciplinary boundaries.
|Date||What's On?||Who Should Attend?|
Mitacs Information Session: Taylor Pritchard
Faculty & graduate students encouraged to attend
|Jan. 18||Workshop: OGS Scholarship Applications (cancelled)||Cancelled|
Jeff Grieve: Representing Inuvialuit cultural heritage and ways of knowing using Google Earth
Annya Pucan: Voices of Chief's Point
|Feb. 1||Citavi: Citation Management Workshop: Federica Guccini||Anyone interested in learning Citavi|
|Feb. 8||Research Ethics Information Session: Katelyn Harris||Recommended for all students|
Hillary Kiazyk: Visualizing Anishinaabe Ceramics: Exploring the Abilities of Collaborative Digital Archaeology in a repatriation environment
MD Rashedul Alam: Reconfiguring the Jungle: Nation Building in Bangladesh's Former Indian Enclaves
Reading Week: No seminar
Gabby Kurtzrock-Belyea: South Bend and Ridge Pine 2: Fraternal Twins
Jessica Lacerte: Childhood and Conquest: Dental Indicators of Stress during the Inka period (AD 1470-1534) at Rinconada Alta
Sarah Clarke: Land Use at the Mohawk Village: An Archaeological History and Enthnohistory
Driton Nushaj: The nature of the human science: Anthropology’s trouble with “nature”
|Mar. 15||Gehman Lecture - Michael Cepek - University of Texas at San Antonio||Everyone encouraged to attend. Begins at 2:00pm, SSC 2036
|Mar .22||No seminar|
Wade Paul: Epigenetics a Human Science
|Apr. 5||Workshop: CoDesigning with Communities
||Recommended for all students 1:00-4:00pm|