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tuliula

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  1. Hi all, I've been admitted for the 2021 Fall to a school that I'm very happy with, at a department of anthropology. Originally when I applied to schools, I had two proposals that I sent to different anthro departments - one leaning towards queer anthropology, the other to animal studies (although there are some connections between the two proposals). The queer anthro proposal I admitted was the one which got me into my school. There is a specific faculty member who engages with these kind of topics, who also ensured my funding. We corresponded and talked for a few times and we have a go
  2. Hi all, I've been admitted for the 2021 Fall to a school that I'm very happy with, at a department of anthropology. Originally when I applied to schools, I had two proposals that I sent to different anthro departments - one leaning towards queer anthropology, the other to animal studies (although there are some connections between the two proposals). The queer anthro proposal I admitted was the one which got me into my school. There is a specific faculty member who engages with these kind of topics, who also ensured my funding. We corresponded and talked for a few times and we have a go
  3. Hi all! I was wondering if there are any people here who's anthropology PhD research combines elements both from sociocultural anthro and biological anthro? If so, on which of the tracks are you? Do you have advisors on your committee from both tracks? How did you initially present your ideas in the applications process? I'm asking because my proposed PhD project is rooted within sociocultural anthropology (which is also my background), but it does derive (at least potentially) from biological anthro, and I'm wondering how should I present it to potential advisors, especially in depa
  4. Hi all! I'm looking for PhD programs in environmental studies with an interdisciplinary approach - ideally, a program that'll be supportive of combining environmental studies with perspectives and methodologies such as anthropology, queer studies, postcolonialism and/or animal studies. Got any leads? I've heard of a few programs that might do that: The Institute for the Environment & Sustainability at UCLA The E-IPER (Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources) at Stanford The Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society at
  5. Hi all! I'm looking for PhD programs in environmental studies with an interdisciplinary approach - ideally, a program that'll be supportive of combining environmental studies with perspectives and methodologies such as anthropology, queer studies, postcolonialism and/or animal studies. Got any leads? I've heard of a few programs that might do that: The Institute for the Environment & Sustainability at UCLA The E-IPER (Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources) at Stanford The Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society at the University
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