Anthropology Society

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14th Oct Anthropology Society AGM 20/21 Tara Swinburne

Hi all, Anthropology Society is back!

We will be hosting an AGM on 20th October @ 6pm online on Teams :

https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3aae88c6da71554729b2549809a1d1751b%40thread.tacv2/1602672262686?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%221454f5cc-bb35-4685-bbd9-8621fd8055c9%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22fee3bf2c-7c47-492e-b174-f2d3b2c2bef5%22%7d

We will have committee positions up for grabs at the meeting and we will be discussing upcoming events!

All students, alumni and faculty are welcome at the AGM and bring along any ideas or suggestions you have for the society!

Anthropology Society AGM 20/21

Posted 14th Oct
Author Tara Swinburne

Hi all, Anthropology Society is back!

We will be hosting an AGM on 20th October @ 6pm online on Teams :

https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3aae88c6da71554729b2549809a1d1751b%40thread.tacv2/1602672262686?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%221454f5cc-bb35-4685-bbd9-8621fd8055c9%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22fee3bf2c-7c47-492e-b174-f2d3b2c2bef5%22%7d

We will have committee positions up for grabs at the meeting and we will be discussing upcoming events!

All students, alumni and faculty are welcome at the AGM and bring along any ideas or suggestions you have for the society!

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Upcoming Event 1
Only logged in / active Anthropology Society members can book / attend this event
Erasmus And Studying Abroad
Starts:
Thu 26th Nov at 18:30
Ends:
at 19:30
Cost:
FREE
Virtual
Event

This is a VIRTUAL event

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The Anthropology Society is holding an event to discuss Erasmus and studying abroad ( outside of Europe) opportunities and experiences for anthropology students!

We have students to discuss their experiences with Erasmus and studying anthropology abroad and will answer any questions!

Erasmus and studying abroad programmes are an incredible opportunity for anthropology students for broadening their horizons and experiencing culture!


Erasmus And Studying Abroad

Starts Thu 26th Nov at 18:30
Ends at 19:30
Cost FREE
Virtual Event
This is a VIRTUAL event

Open Link »

The Anthropology Society is holding an event to discuss Erasmus and studying abroad ( outside of Europe) opportunities and experiences for anthropology students!

We have students to discuss their experiences with Erasmus and studying anthropology abroad and will answer any questions!

Erasmus and studying abroad programmes are an incredible opportunity for anthropology students for broadening their horizons and experiencing culture!


Weekly Activities 2
Only logged in / active Anthropology Society members can book / attend these activities
Tea Talking Tuesdays
Day:
Tuesday
Starts:
18:00
Ends:
19:00
Cost:
FREE
Virtual
Activity

This is a VIRTUAL activity

Open Link »

Hi all,

We’re so excited for our weekly event called ‘Tea Talking Tuesdays’ that our lovely secretary (Tara Swinburne) came up with. Basically you can come along onto teams and have a hot or cold beverage of your choice while we just talk.

We moved our Tea Talking Tuesday to 6pm to allow all members the opportunity to attend having a chat after college!

TalkAnthro !
Day:
Wednesday
Starts:
14:30
Ends:
15:30
Cost:
FREE
Virtual
Activity

This is a VIRTUAL activity

Open Link »

AnthroSoc will be hosting TalkAnthro every Wednesday @ 2:30pm- 3:30pm on Teams!

All students are welcome to attend this help hour and to ask questions about anthropological topics, give advice for assignments or discuss readings they found interesting!

There are 1st-3rd year undergraduate and postgraduate students in the society who are guaranteed to help one another with anthropology. This discussion hour is to help, support and give advice to all anthropology students.

College can feel overwhelming, so this is the perfect opportunity for you to come along. We're all in this together <3

Tea Talking Tuesdays

Day Tuesday
From 18:00, to 19:00
Cost FREE
Virtual Activity
This is a VIRTUAL activity

Open Link »

Hi all,

We’re so excited for our weekly event called ‘Tea Talking Tuesdays’ that our lovely secretary (Tara Swinburne) came up with. Basically you can come along onto teams and have a hot or cold beverage of your choice while we just talk.

We moved our Tea Talking Tuesday to 6pm to allow all members the opportunity to attend having a chat after college!

TalkAnthro !

Day Wednesday
From 14:30, to 15:30
Cost FREE
Virtual Activity
This is a VIRTUAL activity

Open Link »

AnthroSoc will be hosting TalkAnthro every Wednesday @ 2:30pm- 3:30pm on Teams!

All students are welcome to attend this help hour and to ask questions about anthropological topics, give advice for assignments or discuss readings they found interesting!

There are 1st-3rd year undergraduate and postgraduate students in the society who are guaranteed to help one another with anthropology. This discussion hour is to help, support and give advice to all anthropology students.

College can feel overwhelming, so this is the perfect opportunity for you to come along. We're all in this together <3

About Anthropology Society

Anthropology is the study of humans, both past and present. We pride ourselves in being a society that is keen to understand the differences between humans and the cultures in which they live. If you enjoy learning about culture, different types of society, and talking about different issues in the world today, this is the society for you.The most important rule in our society is that we are open to all. Anthropology looks at all kinds of people, so as a society we have a strong anti-bigotry ethos and we strive to make our society a friendly and accepting place. As Ruth Benedict so aptly put it, "The purpose of anthropology is to make the world safe for human differences". 

We plan to host many movie nights, debates and collaborative events with other societies throughout the year. All of these events will centre around issues and questions about culture, so bring your thinking caps! As well as on-campus events, we're also planning day and overnight trips! We love to interact and engage with students as much as possible, so please don't hesitate to contact us through facebook, twitter, instagram or email and we'll be glad to help you with any comments or queries.

Anthropology Society COVID-19 Officer
Ahlam Ahmed (Chairperson)
Current Committee 9
Chairperson Ahlam Ahmed
Secretary Tara Swinburne
Treasurer Hajna
First Year Rep ALEXANDRA NASH
First Year Rep Hope Boyle
Mature Student Rep Amelia
Second Year Rep Lauren Breslin
Support and Intergration Officer Conor Fanning
Third Year Rep Katherine Ryan

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