Parent Organization: University of Wisconsin - Madison
We aim to promote anthropology as both a four-field academic discipline and, more generally, as an integrative approach to critical thought and action. Our initiatives include one-time events such as public lectures, fieldtrips, and round-table discussions, as well as ongoing programs such as the Student Colloquia, Flint-knapping Circle, Careers in Anthropology, and the Ethnographic Film Series. Though our membership is composed mainly of students at the undergraduate and graduate levels, we welcome anyone with an interest in anthropology to join and participate.
Membership Requirements (for example GPA requirements, membership fees)
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