Networking Beyond Grad School
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Unsure of where your pathway is headed? Frustrated at the lack of opportunities for anthropologists with master’s degrees? Consider joining the Pathways Book Club.
Created by Tiffinie Snowden and Dr. Omotayo (Tayo) Jolaosho in collaboration with the Association of Black Anthropologist Student Interest Group, it is intended as a space for recent anthropology graduates of African descent to network, view job posts, access academic articles, and participate in free workshops and events. Participation in PBC is open to current undergraduate and graduate students majoring, minoring, or simply interested in anthropology. Alumni who want to stay connected are welcome, as well. To join Pathways Book Club, please fill out this interest form.
The next book club meeting will take place on May 26th at 7:00 PM ET. Dr. Bertin Louis Jr. will be discussing his ethnography My Soul is in Haiti: Protestantism in the Haitian Diaspora of the Bahamas. View the flyer below for more information, or sign up here to attend the event.