Please come pick up your anthropology T-shirts in room 5127 of the Social Sciences Building!
$18 for the Game of Fields Shirt
$15 for the Anthropology Logo Shirt.
The Anthropology department would like to remind everyone that summer field school and IAP program application deadlines are coming up. Check out our resource page and the UW Madison IAP page for more information on the available programs. Please take the time to apply promptly!
Also, there will be a talk this Saturday with Guy Josif, who escaped the genocide occuring in Darfur. This is a free event, and will be held in the On Wisconsin Room in the Red Gym @ 3:00 PM this Sunday, April 21st.
Come to an evening talk with award-winning journalists revealing behind-the-scenes stories of how conversation leads to discovery.
When: Tomorrow, Tuesday, April 16, 2013, 7:00 p.m.
Where: The H.F. DeLuca Forum
First floor of the Discovery building
Click here for more details!
- Are you interested in a summer job? Are you interested in museum work?
- Thursday, April 11th, we are continuing our AnthroCircle film series with the screening of Jane’s Journey from 11:50 – 1:00 in Social Sciences 5230.
- Friday, April 12th from 1:15-2:15 in social sciences 5230, the Neil Whitehead Student Colloquium Series will be continuing with a presentation from Rachel Silver, who will be presenting on “Women’s Schooling and the Ideological Architecture of Aid in Kenya’s Dadaab Camps,” so please come check that out!
- The Department of Spanish and Portuguese is proud to present an upcoming talk on Monday, April 15th @ 5:30 PM in 494 Van Hise Hall, by Professor Idelber Avelar from Tulane University. He will be speaking about Amerindian Perspectivism and Non-Human Rights and the “era of the Anthropocene.” Please stop by!
- ALSO: On Monday, April 15th @ 3:30 PM, Jane Goodall will be speaking at the Nelson Institute’s Earth Day Conference at the Monona Terrace. Unfortunately, registration is now closed, but if you managed to get a ticket, we hope to see you there!
- Internship Opportunity at the Madison Children’s Museum!!
Local Treasures Internship
Contact: Erin Hoag, Local Treasures Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org,
608.256.6445, ext. 156
Local Treasures Interns will operate the museum’s Log Cabin, an exhibit and programming site housed in a refurbished 1830’s cabin located on the museum grounds just outside the main building. Duties include opening and closing the Log Cabin, welcoming visitors to the site, and providing informal indoor and outdoor drop-in activities that help families to engage with aspects of historical and contemporary family life, local culture and foodways, and ecology in Wisconsin.