Anthropology Club

Members of the UAB Anthropolgy Club at Ruffner Mountain. Sherrie Alexander, Yasemin Kucuk, and Kayla Stidham of the UAB Anthropology Club at Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve.The Anthropology Club provides a forum for students (undergraduate and graduate) and community members to meet and discuss anthropology and organize anthropology related activities.

The club defines anthropology as the study of humans at every level of their existence (material to metaphysical, from the beginning to many possible futures) by any and preferably all means, including but not limited to the subfields of anthropology — biological, cultural, archaeology, and applied anthropology.

The UAB Anthropology Club is very active. We welcome new members, arrange events each semester, and share information about anthropology on a regular basis. Please visit our Facebook page.
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