Anthropology Majors: What You Should Know, Part 2

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!
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How to Write an Anthropology Paper: An Infographic

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       Feel free to share this post but please do not publish this infographic elsewhere … More How to Write an Anthropology Paper: An Infographic

How to Write an Anthropology Paper: A Basic Guide

Since 2016, I have been working as an instructional assistant for undergraduate anthropology courses at my (now) alma mater, UNT.  I spend a great amount of time grading student work from anthropology and non-anthropology students alike. For those who have never taken an anthropology course before, diving into the writing and analysis style of anthropology, … More How to Write an Anthropology Paper: A Basic Guide

Study Abroad Essentials: Part 2, How to Maximize Your Time Abroad

I spent the Spring of 2015 studying abroad in Seoul, South Korea. And I have to brag on myself a little bit–I studied abroad like a boss. The months of studying and planning that I did, as well as some key choices that I made, really paid off when it came time for the actual … More Study Abroad Essentials: Part 2, How to Maximize Your Time Abroad