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Anthropology Club

2013-14 Officers

President: Lindsay Petry

Vice President: McKenna O'Keefe

Treasurer: Tony Marchante
Secretary:   Hannah Finstenbusch
Marketing/event coordinator: Erika Mojica
Academic advisor: Hannah Harrop
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Anthropology Club

Anthropology CLub at the Strong Museum of Play 

2010-11 Officers
President: Sandor Vegh
Vice-President: Angie D'Agostino
Co-Secretaries: Katherine Drake & Paige Doerner
Co-Treasurers: Shane Jakubec & Jen Starr
Marketing Director - Brian
Event Coordinator - Nikki Ryan
Academic Council Rep - Stephanie D'Erasmo
Web - Madelyn Padalino
Co-Faculty Advisors: Dr. Ramsay & Dr. Rawlings



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Mission Statement
Rev. 1 December 2006

The Anthropology Club of SUNY College at Brockport exists to provide students of all academic backgrounds and fields of study the opportunity to explore the discipline of anthropology in all its facets: cultural, biological, linguistic and archaeological, through direct participation, democratically-run meetings, and campus-wide activities.

The Club’s mission is to provide quality experiences in the introduction and exploration of anthropology as a social science by sponsoring open lectures, forums, and activities related to the discipline. The Club endeavors to provide educational experiences for the student body and larger college community as well as opportunities to foster increased interest in the department as a whole.

Interested students and faculty may contact the Anthropology Department by calling (585) 295 2682.

Past Officers:
Co-President: Caitlin Moore and Amber Barmore
Vice-President: Sandor Vegh
Secretary: Katherine Drake
Treasurer: Michael Fabinao
Advertising: Shane Jakubec
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Ramsay

Toni Dingwall (President)
David Horak (Vice President)
Bridget Adams-Davis(Treasurer)
Jessical Ibarra (Secretary)
Dr. Pilapa Esara (Faculty Advisor)


Last Updated 9/13/13


Dr. Esara Caroll organized/chaired a two-part panel called "Fieldworkers' Insights into Refugee Resettlement" and presented a paper at the Society for Applied Anthropology meetings in Vancouver, BC, March 29–31, 2016

Dr. Esara Carroll's project Supporting Adult Refugee Students is being funded by The Reed Foundation Inc. Read all about it.

Dr. Neal Keating (Anthropology) presents paper at the Indigenous Language Conference held on Haudenosaunee Six Nations Grand River Territory in Canada. Check it out.

Dr. Pilapa Esara Carroll shares the activism of a refugee documentary director in the latest issue of (585) Magazine. Read more here.


Please join us on Thursday, April 14, from 5 to 6:15 pm in Edwards 106 for our second lecture in our Marjorie Helen Stewart Speaker series from Dr. Micah Morton, titled, "Reframing the boundaries of indigenism: Akha mobile indigeneities in the Upper Mekong Region."