Category Archives: About

No More Lemons! H2BAA 2015 Re-Design

I recently did an interview for the ACI Blog Index and their questions about my website got me thinking: How to be an Anthropologist has not had a fresh redesign in years! So, I thought it was high time for a complete redesign. You will notice that the tag-line has changed from “When life hands […]

Hiatus Over!

Alright folks, I am back! I am now a doctoral student at Binghamton University (SUNY) and working as a part-time web developer for Rowan-Cabarrus Community College. Life has changed a lot in the last few months. Things to come… I am taking three course this semester, History of Anthropological Thought, Digital Anthropology and Ethnographic Analysis. […]

The Great PhD Hunt is Over!

I just wanted to post a quick note to say that the hunt is over! I will be starting the Anthropology doctoral program at Binghamton University, State University of New York this Fall. It has been a great journey and I am ecstatic to be heading back to school. I want to say thank you to all […]

Facebook Page for How to be an Anthropologist

How to be an Anthropologist on Facebook I have been receiving a lot of traffic from Facebook lately. So, I have set up a page for How to be an Anthropologist on Facebook. Just another way to stay in touch. On the new page, you will find all of my new posts and the items I share […]

How to be an Anthropologist

I started this blog after a student asked how she could be an anthropologist. I stuttered and while the obvious answer fell from my lips, the cogs in my mind began to turn. I told the student that she should start by taking some anthropology courses. Then, if she enjoyed them, I told her to […]