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UCSC Anthro Day 2023

Anthro Day call for presenters

Minorities in Anthropology presents UCSC Anthro Day on February 16, 2023. 

 

MIA seeks presentations for our annual Zoom/in-person hybrid event sponsored by the American Anthropology Association. Possibilities include but are not limited to:

-Proposals for Anthropology and/or Ethnographic research you would like to conduct

-Autoethnographic or ethnographic creative presentation (poetry, dance, short film etc)

-Overview of research you've already conducted, presenting what you discovered

-Open to other ideas somehow related to the discipline of Anthropology, whether you are part of a minority community or are researching a minority community

We are also seeking behind the scenes assistance (social media, tech support etc). 

If you don't want to be a presenter but would like to be involved, we can use your help.

Contact event organizer Brent Horning: bshornin@ucsc.edu

 https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfvmhEkXejCy80GP8pQMUrp_14j0WtXOoZC6yY7J9UpbyQ8Lw/viewform?usp=sf_link

Some News!
We welcome Prof. Mark Anderson as one of MiA's mentors. As a chair of the department, Prof. Anderson was very supportive of our events and of us as students, especially through the Covid lockdown.

Program AnthroDay 2022

12:00-2:00pm Zooarchaeology Open Lab - in person
12:15 Brief introduction by Prof. Quintana Morales and students.
Stations will be set for visitors to explore and make questions.
Google form for sign up here.


2:00-2:45pm AnthroDay En Comunidad
Zoom link
Con los Profesores, Alejandra Kramer,
Carla H. Garabito y Guillermo Delgado. 

3:00-5:10pm Zoom Presentations - Zoom link
Moderated by Professor Tsim Schneider
(See presenters and projects below)

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Credits for Anthro Day 2022:
MiA leading coordination and events: Veronica Solis and Isabella Crespin, and our new member of the event production team, Brent Horning.

 

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