anthropology capstone 2021

Anthropology Capstone Presentations

The Anthropology Department is thrilled to present our senior capstone presentations.

Students will share their projects and will answer questions. Please join us online to learn more about the students’ impressive research and anthropology.
All are welcome!

Contact Dr. Bradford Andrews ( if you have any questions about accessing and joining the meeting.

Tuesday, May 11 2021

Online Starting at 9:55 AM via Zoom

Link to join:

Join by phone: (253) 215-8782  Meeting ID: 940 4383 5250

“Inward and Outward Identity: A Case Study on the Impacts of Ecotourism for the Indigenous Self & The Floating Uros of Lake Titicaca”

“Shadow Education: Academic Pressure and Socioeconomic Status in South Korean Cram Schools” 

“Same Structure, Different Day? An Investigation of Contemporary Neopaganism”

“Exploring Catalysts for Consuming ‘Ethical’ Coffee”

“Habitus and the U.S. Military: Examining Community-Building Amongst Dependents”

“Utilization of Olmec Mirrors: A La Venta Ceramic Iconographic Analysis” 

Thursday, May 13 2021

Online starting at 10:00 AM via Zoom

Link to join:

Join by phone: (253) 215-8782  Meeting ID: 940 4383 5250

“From Sidewalk to Curb: Public Space, Agency, and the use of Social Media for Food Security during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Tacoma, WA”

“See There is No Planet B, Promote Your Own Resource Security!”

“Creating Agency and Autonomy: Uyghur Women in Diasporic and Dispossessed Conditions”

“Archaeology of Airai Village and Palau’s Incomplete Chronology”

“Exploring New Worlds: Phenomenology and the Mystique of the Painted Caves”

Thank you!