2024 AnthroDay Celebrations

We’ve compiled some AnthroDay celebration activities submitted by the 2024 participants. Read how others are celebrating, get inspired, or participate in their events!

Moravian University Department of Sociology and Anthropology

  • Zoom Panel discussion with three anthropologists and authors February 15, 7:30 PM (Details)

Anthropour AnthroDay2023

February 16 5pm IST (Details)

  • Anthropology: PS “It is personal to me”
  • Agency in Objects: Looking at the mundane
  • Reading of Ethnography: Contemporary relevance

Mercyhurst University Anthropology Club

  • Virtual Presentation by Dr. Sara Juengst – February 15 6pm ET (Details)

Eco Prescription Virtual Event – Connecting Global Goals: A discussion on Medical Anthropology and SDG 3

(8.30pm (GMT +6)

  • An enlightening virtual discussion as we are relating the intersection of Medical Anthropology and Sustainable Development Goal 3 (SDG 3) – Ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for all ages!

Anne Arundel Community College

AnthroDay Milano

  • Is planning three days of programming starting on February 15 with more than 80 events organized in Milan and, for the first time, also in Turin. The extensive program includes workshops, meetings, exhibitions, documentary screenings, an online event and walking tours that will show how anthropology can serve and improve the world.

University of Dayton (Department of Sociology, Anthropology, & Social Work)

  • Public, in-person co-curricular event for first & second year students, focused on the relationship between anthropology, cultural understanding, equitable inclusion, and human rights. We will use images from the “Anthro Illustrated” project & associated activities to illustrate both anthropological careers and methods, but also concepts like rights access, equity, agency, and social process. We’ll close with a reading of excerpts from Dr. Johnnetta Cole’s address to the AAA on human rights and anthropology.

The Lens of Anthropology, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology Bangladesh

  • Workshop on Environmental Anthropology and Climate Action (SDG 13) with panel discussion
  • Discussion on Contemporary Anthropological Theory and Methodology, Digital Ethnography, and Artificial Intelligence in Anthropology
  • Anthropological Movie Presentation and Ethnographic Photo Exhibition
  • Recognition and award distribution to the winners of the ethnographic photography competition

Augusta University

  • Working with their library who got the Smithsonian Traveling exhibit that will open that day with a lecture from our resident bio anthropologist Dr. Matthew Taylor. They’re also working with our Cinema Series to have a film included. Plan to invite the local office of the Veterans’ Curation Project to have a table