Workshops & Collaborations

Graduate students at Washington University participate in reading groups and workshops across the university related to their research and interests. The Department of Anthropology houses a number of workshops that meet regularly throughout the academic year. These workshops frequently host presenters from other universities and feature the most advanced research and ideas that the discipline has to offer. Workshops are an important part of building intellectual community and fostering mentoring relationships among faculty and graduate students.

Agri-Food Workshop

Visit the Food Studies page for more information or the department events page for upcoming workshops dates. You can also contact Jill Richardson for more information.

BioAnth Journal Club

Please see the department Events page for upcoming meetings, or contact EA Quinn for more information.

Culture Club

Visit the Culture Club website for information on this sociocultural graduate student workshop series. You can also visit the department Events page for information on upcoming meetings.

Friday Archaeology

Please see the department Events page for upcoming meetings, or contact T.R. Kidder for more information.

Writing Group

Graduate students meet regularly to share dissertation chapters, article drafts, and conference papers. Please contact John Bowen to get involved.

WUSTL GIS Users Group

If you use Geographic Information Systems in your research or would like to find out more about the possibilities that GIS offers, this is the group for you. Send an email to the organizers for more information.

Ethnographic Theory Workshop

Faculty and graduate students meet to discuss current work. For the current semester's schedule, click here.

Muslims in Europe Lab

Students develop individual and collaborative projects around shared interests in Muslims in Europe today. Please contact John Bowen for more information.

Latin America Reading Group

Please contact Bret Gustafson for more information on this workshop series featuring the latest anthropological research and writing on Latin America.