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
In the end I have few regrets about the path I have chosen, but there are some things I wish I would have known before I started.
So, for new anthropology majors (or those considering the discipline as their field of study), here are the things I think you might want to know as you begin your journey!
… More Anthropology Majors: What You Should Know, Part 2
From August 2016 through December 2018 I was a student in the Applied Anthropology Master’s Program at the University of North Texas. For much of that time I was working on my graduate thesis research project and paper. The subject of my project was interesting and timely, so I thought I’d summarize it briefly (as … More My Graduate Research on Welcoming Communities and U.S. Citizenship