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  1. Hey didn't see a thread for fall 2023 admissions so started an one. Have applied to only one program at NYU as it was the only department where my research interests could align. What about you guys? How's it going?
  2. 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 departments of bio anthro. I'll be happy to hear any advice/experience! Thanks!
  3. Hi all, Just out of curiosity, has anyone who have been interviewed for psu anthropology phd program in January heard back about next steps yet? Warm regards, Chris
  4. HI ALL, JUST WANT TO ASK A SMALL QUESTION- HOW BAD IS IT TO EXCEED THE WORD LIMIT BY 80-100 WORDS? WOULD THEY JUST REJECT THE SOP? THIS IS SPECIFICALLY FOR CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY SOP'S. SOME DEPARTMENTS ALSO HAVE PERSONAL STATEMENTS SO IS IT POSSIBLE TO TALK ABOUT YOUR PRIOR RESEARCH EXPERIENCE THERE AND MAKE THE SOP JUST ABOUT YOUR PROPOSED WORK AND WHY U WANT TO APPLY TO SAID SCHOOL?
  5. Now that Berkeley, NYU, Brown, Columbia have all suspended their admissions for 2021 for anthropology programs, I was hoping I could get some advice on next steps. Should I expand my applications to include more schools, the ones still offering funding? However I have not initiated any conversations with many of the remaining schools, and am now worried it will be too late to start a conversation with a POI. Should I apply to a master's program like NSSR? Or should I take a year to do more independent research, strengthen my application and apply again? My fear is that the situation may not even improve next year, the way things are panning out with Covid. To give you more context about my profile, I am an international applicant with a background in photography (history, theory and independent practice). I am a visiting faculty teaching graduate level courses on photography history, and have co founded and run an online archive of photography (which also involves fieldwork and ethnography). My application is centered around an independent research and photography project I have been working on looking at evolving media representations of urban space in South Asia. Thank you!
  6. Hi there, I'm an undergrad soon to be entering my final year, and I'm very interested in pursing a PhD in (sociocultural) anthropology. Additionally, I am intrigued by the idea of getting a Masters of Social Work to compliment my PhD, given that my interests lie in post-colonial societies, governmental responsiveness to a society's needs/values, migration, and gender-based violence. The only program I know that offers a joint Anthro PhD + MSW is Michigan, which is absolutely my dream school/program. Does anyone know of any others? Google searches haven't revealed anything helpful.
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