Anthropology Concentration Declaration
Class of 2016
Are You a Prospective Anthropology Major?
Would you like to know more about anthropology and ANT departmental requirements?
- See the menu items on the left-hand side of this page for information. The Blackboard site for Anthropology Concentrators supplements information provided on this website. If you would like to browse the ANT Blackboard site, email email@example.com to request access.
- Come to the Sophomore Open House with Departmental Representative Professor Isabelle Clark-Deces on Wed, APRIL 2, 2014, at NOON in Aaron Burr Hall 219. Come with questions or just to hear about the Department, the undergraduate major, and fall courses in Anthropology.
- Come to the "Major Choices" Anthropology Dinner on Wed, APRIL 9, 2014, at 6:00 PM in Whitman College, in the Octagonal Dining Room, to meet faculty and students from the Anthropology Department. Explore the Major Choices website to find contact information for a current major. Check out Anthropology alumni profiles and perspectives in the online Major Choices publication. Look in Vol.II for Marty Johnson '81 (president and CEO, Isles, Inc.) and Rob Kutner '94 (writer, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart) and in Vol.III for Elizabeth Landau '06 (CNN.com staff writer), Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri '01 (photographer, digital artist, and TV star and producer), and Amy Saltzman '05 (M.D.-Ph.D. candidate and former Pyne Prize recipient).
- Ask an Adviser: As Departmental Representative for Anthropology in spring 2014, Professor Clark-Deces can help you decide whether Anthropology is right for you. You're invited to discuss with her your interests and considerations before you make your decision. If you decide to major in Anthropology, Prof. Clark-Deces will review your course history and sign your course enrollment worksheet for Fall 2014.
How to contact Prof. Clark-Deces: If you are taking a class with Prof. Clark-Deces this semester, please see her before or after class. Otherwise, you may send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will be seeing students on Thursday, April 17, between 10:00 and noon and again between 4:30 and 6:00 pm. You can confirm a time for April 17th by email or, if you are unable to meet on that day, please offer several alternative days/times that work for you. Prof. Clark-Deces's office is in Aaron Burr Hall, Room 132. Before your course advising meeting, please review your own academic record and make sure you're aware of which departmental and distribution requirements you still need to fulfill. Also consult the course offerings for fall and make your provisional selections. Please bring to your advising meeting (1) a copy of your internal transcript printed from SCORE and (2) two copies of your course enrollment worksheet for the fall semester, completed as much as possible. After your advising meeting, Prof. Clark-Deces will sign both copies of the worksheet. You will keep one copy for SCORE enrollment and leave one copy for the Anthropology Department's record.
- More questions? Stop by the Anthropology Department office in 116 Aaron Burr Hall or e-mail one of the department’s administrative staff members: Gabriela at email@example.com or Mo Lin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Best wishes to you and, if you decide to major in Anthropology, welcome to the Department!