For both new and veteran anthropology students (and really any students), videos can be a great resource for learning about and reviewing key concepts from your coursework.
Readings are great and necessary for gaining in-depth knowledge, but sometimes you just want someone to break down the concepts for you in a simple format. These are some of the best video resources I recommend for anthropology students. … More Best References for Anthropology Students, Part 2: Videos
The other day I got to thinking about the references that got me through grad school. Of course, my number one resource was my support system–the friends, mentors, and fellow students that had my back throughout my academic journey. If I could bottle up and sell the support that I received from these amazing people I’d probably be a millionaire, but I can’t. So here’s the next best thing! … More The Best References for Anthropology Students, Part 1: Books
I decided to condense my original anthropology writing guide into a handy infographic for quick reference. I created this graphic using the website Canva, which I love. I’m no graphic designer, but I had fun making it. Enjoy! Feel free to share this post but please do not publish this infographic elsewhere … More How to Write an Anthropology Paper: An Infographic
For those who have never taken an anthropology course before, diving into the writing and analysis style of anthropology, especially at a higher level, can be challenging! So I decided to share my guide to anthropology writing on this blog, in order to help any potential anthropology students out there with their university writing assignments.
… More How to Write an Anthropology Paper: A Basic Guide