The Anthropology Society is a student-run club for undergraduate students who are interested in anything anthropology! We plan and host events throughout the year. We welcome those from all subfields of anthropology – archaeology, biological, linguistic, and sociocultural, or even those who are not in an anthropology module but are still interested in being a part of our club.
Meet your 2021/2022 Exec:
Brianna Todd (she/her) Co-President
Hi, I’m Brianna. I’m a 4th year anthropology student, my main focus is on biological anthropology and archaeology. Some of my favourite classes I’ve taken are Anth 2238: Reading Life & Death, Anth 2236: Growth, Development and Aging, and Anth 2277: Anthropology of Disaster. I’m always open to helping anyone when and where I can! My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to a great year with everyone!
Jessie Howard (she/her) VP Events
Hi, I’m Jessie. I am going into fourth year at UWO. My major is in linguistics, and my goal is to apply to SLP programs for next year! I love all things linguistics and anthropology, but my favourite course so far has to be Anth 2245-Anthropological Approaches to Language. My role in the Anthropology Society is VP of events and I look forward to planning some amazing programs this year!
Sydney Dawson (she/her) Co-President and VP Outreach
Hi, I’m Sydney. I am a 4th year student completing an Honours Specialization in Anthropology and a minor in Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies. My sub-discipline of choice is Linguistic Anthropology, and my research involves discourse analysis, social media, referential language use, and verbal art. I am from Vancouver, B.C., and enjoy art and design in my spare time!
Zoe Barriault (she/her) VP Communications
Hi, I’m Zoe. I am a fourth-year student doing a major in Linguistics and a minor in Gender Studies. My favourite anthropology courses are Anthro 2245- Anthropological Approaches to Language and Anthro 3237-Field Techniques in Linguistics. My research interests include linguistic anthropology, specifically sociolinguistics.
This year we have a lot planned, such as
• Book club
• Movie nights
• Peer tutoring & support
We will be posting the dates and more information about our events on the Instagram page @WesternAnthro.
We are very excited to have the opportunity to see some of you in person and get to know you better. We will have a booth at the USC’s club’s week! It is booth #31 in the Mustang Lounge on September 29th. We look forward to seeing you there!