Everyday Anthropology wants to hear from you! Whether you’re a reader, just passing through while searching for information on a topic I’ve covered, an aspiring film maker, or a musician–even if you want to collaborate or have me talk/present/screen, let us know!!
As of August 2, 2020, Everyday Anthropology is a registered non-profit in the state of Rhode Island. If you’re interested in volunteer work for whatever reason, please get in touch below! We have a huge backlog of ideas and projects (and even project formats) that we’re always hoping to bring to fruition. Anthropology is a broad umbrella that encompasses more or less anything that has anything to do with humans and anything that humans have ever had anything to do with. Let’s talk about your interests and see if we can find a fun project tailored to them.
I have done several public screenings and presented in visual anthropology classes and given talks to a wide variety of audiences. I am very comfortable speaking to K-12 or college-level students, historical societies, and museum patrons, and have done loads of one on one interviews.
Everyday Anthropology’s philosophy is being interactive and accessible at all levels, so please do not hesitate to get in touch. Just because I’m on the other end of your screen doesn’t mean it should be intimidating to reach out–it’s why I’m here!