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Anthropology Club at UAB is a student academic and special interest organization with the primary goal of illuminating and communicating the variability of human activity in different regions of the Earth, across time, using as many reliable methods as possible.


People interested in learning about, documenting and evaluating the roles of music, religion, environment, gender, status, power, food, mythology, etc., in human cultures across the world over large stretches of time are welcome!

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Description

The purpose of the Anthropology Club is to provide a forum for students, undergraduate and graduate, and community members to meet and discuss anthropology and to organize anthropology related activities. People interested in learning about human cultures across the world over large stretches of time are welcome! We have group meetings, discussions, presentations, movies, and field trips throughout the year.

Category

Academic & Professional

For publication purposes, tell us about your Organization

The purpose of the Anthropology Club is to provide a forum for students, undergraduate and graduate, and community members to meet and discuss anthropology and to organize anthropology related activities. People interested in learning about human cultures across the world over large stretches of time are welcome! We have group meetings, discussions, presentations, movies, and field trips throughout the year.

Selection Process

If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process.

Registration forms are available at all meetings or from any officer upon request. Potential members must register two weeks in advance to participate in elections. All registered members are allowed to vote. In addition to registered students, the UAB Anthropology Club wishes to extend associate membership (membership in every respect excepting voting rights within the club) to community members, UAB faculty and staff and to the kin of students, community members, faculty and staff. Membership can be revoked or denied if an individual is in violation of our organizational obligation to not: a) have illegal goals and objectives; b) advocate or support the overthrow of the United States government; c) propose or participate in activities which would violate regulations of the Board of Trustees, the University, or federal, state, or local laws and regulations, or materially and substantially disrupt the work and discipline of the University; or d) advocate incitement of imminent lawlessness which may produce such action, referred to in (c) above.

Organization Email Address

(If applicable)

President's Name

Edison Pearce

President's Email Address
Advisor's Name

Stephen R. Merritt

Advisor's Email Address

Your advisor will receive and email and must approve the registration or renewal before the Office of Student Life will approve it.