Anthro 3001: Anthropology as a Major and a Career

The course has two main aims: (1) to provide you with the information and skills needed to be a successful student in the Department of Anthropology, and (2) to prepare you to use your degree productively after you graduate. You will learn about departmental programs and University resources through guest speakers and library workshops, and you will explore career options through an individual and group project.

Announcements

Changes to the course calendar are on the new Revised Syllabus

The films for the career assignment are available for streaming. To access the links, go to the Film Review assignment on Turnitin and look for the Special Instructions. You will probably have to cut and paste the link into your browser. Let me know if you have problems. Due Nov 12.


The Syllabus contains the course calendar and related information about the course. For detailed information about homework assignments and career reports, see the links on this webpage under "Homework Assignments" and "Career Reports."

Submit all assignments to turnitin.com.

Be sure to check that your assignment was submitted successfully (check for the digital receipt). Turnitin very occasionally fails to record things accurately.

Homework Assignments

Click on each assignment and read instructions carefully
  1. Finding sources due Sept 24
  2. Talk to a Prof due Oct 8
  3. Film review assignment--Anthropology careers due date postponed to Nov 12

Career Reports


General Resources

Career Resources

1. Career Advice from Anthropology Associations

2. News Articles about Anthropologists in the Workplace

3. Field Schools and International Opportunities

Here are some links to field schools. There are many organizations that sponsor field research expeditions, not all of them reputable. Do your own due diligence.