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FREE Webinar for World Anthropology Day

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Did you know that Thursday, February 18th, 2021 is World Anthropology Day? This is a day to celebrate Anthropology and teach others about the discipline. So, in honor of World Anthropology Day, Anthropology 4U is holding a FREE webinar. It’s called, “A Beginner’s Guide to the 4 Fields of Anthropology.”
This free webinar will be held on Saturday, February 20th from 1:00pm to 2:00 pm Pacific time (United States of America). If you are interested in viewing this webinar, but can’t attend, sign up anyway to get a link to the recording!
Free webinar in celebration of World Anthropology Day
In this webinar, you will learn a little about each of the 4 fields of Anthropology. You’ll also learn about some of the subfields and some real-world applications.
This webinar also has some interactive components, so every now and then, viewers will have the opportunity to answer questions by typing into the chat. Here are some examples of things viewers can do:
  • Try to identify a few human bones!
  • Learn two ways to tell if a human pelvis is male or female!
  • Identify a food that symbolizes your culture!
  • Identify if a sentence would be said by a man or woman!
  • Guess if an item is an artifact or feature!
  • Interpret some archaeological evidence!

There will be a short question and answer session near the end of the webinar. I’ll be answering questions sent to me ahead of time by email first. So, if you already have a question about Anthropology, either email me at or simply reply to the email you receive confirming your registration. If I don’t get to your question during the webinar, you can email me, send me a message on Facebook or Instagram, or tweet me on Twitter and I’d be happy to help! My contact info is below, and it will also be posted at the end of the webinar.

Tickets are limited for this free event, so sign up today by clicking here.

Learn More

Want to learn more about World Anthropology Day? Check out this page of the American Anthropological Association’s website.
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