Student Association

Connect with other Anthropology students through the Anthropology Students’ Association and view the latest issue of The Ethnograph.

Anthropology Students’ Association

The Anthropology Students’ Association (ASA) is an organization that seeks to connect undergraduate students together who are majoring, minoring, or just interested in knowing more about anthropology.

The ASA holds both academic and social events such as socials, professor talks, and game nights with the goal in mind of strengthening our relationships among the Anthropology department.

2023/24 ASA Executives:

  • Co-Presidents: Alana Shaw, Armon Kaboly
  • VP External: Lauren Mackay
  • VP Internal: Aashton Prasad
  • Treasurer: Johanna Clyne
  • Events and Socials Director: Aazadeh Raja
  • Events Coordinator: Willow Curran-Morton
  • Journal Coordinator: Laura Derby
  • Journal Editor-In-Chief: Julia Robertson
  • LOA Representative: Kendra Leishman

The Ethnograph

The Ethnograph (previously the “Anthropology Student Journal”) is an initiative set in place by the Anthropology Students’ Association (ASA) to give students the opportunity to publish outstanding papers in anthropology and archaeology.



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