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In the Department of International & Transcultural Studies
The Society for Anthropological Studies
The Society for Anthropological Studies (SAS) aims to serve and advocate for the interests of graduate students at Teachers College who have a sustained and professional investment in the discipline of anthropology. We host social gatherings, lecture series, films, speakers and a variety of other events intended to help students who wish to broaden their network of professional and scholarly anthropologists, develop a theoretical voice shaped by anthropology, and create strong social ties with other such students. The society seeks to share the varied and unique perspectives of anthropology with the broader academic community, and increase awareness of cultural anthropology as a powerful lens through which academic research can be honed and progressive action taken. This is to be achieved through a myriad of activities: educational, social, and political. The Society of Anthropology Students welcomes students/faculty/alumni of all backgrounds who are interested in the discipline.
For more information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit SAS Facebook Page.
2017 - 2018
Co-President: Andrew Wortham
Co-President: Corinne Kentor
Liaison Officer: Bader Alfarhan