Fall 2017 Anthropology Alumni Event!

Come join us for the 125th Anniversary of Ithaca College and the 50th Anniversary Celebration of IC Anthropology!!!


Web link to register: https://ic125.reunioniq.com

The Department of Anthropology is hosting TWO events!!!

1. ANTHROPOLOGY ALUMNI SOCIAL

Celebrate the Anthropology Department's 50th Anniversary at a mixer downtown for our alumni, faculty, staff and Emeritus Professors! This event features live music from our alumni band "The Anthropologist Project." Food and beverages provided.

  • Friday, November 3rd
    6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
    Location: The Range (On the Ithaca Commons at 119 East State Street, 2nd Floor, above Trader K's)
    Map: < click here >
    Note: The Range is 21 years old and over for entry.

    Sponsored by IC Alumni Relations and the Department of Anthropology.

2. LIFE AFTER ANTHRO

You majored in anthropology; then what? Alumni of IC's Anthropology program will share stories about their careers and their lives. This will also provide an opportunity to meet and mingle with Anthropology faculty, past and present, as well as, our current students.

  • Saturday, November 4th
    1:00 pm - 3:00 PM
    Location: Handwerker Gallery (G147 Gannett Center, Ground Floor, on the IC campus)

1:00 pm Welcome & Opening Remarks
Gather at the gallery for a welcome by Chairperson Denise Nuttall



1:05 pm A Brief History of Anthropology at Ithaca College (1967-1995)
Dr. Sue-Je Gage & Ethnographic Methods Students

1:20 pm What Tree Rings Can Reveal about Mesoamerican Climate and Culture?
Dr. Paula Turkon

In regions of prehispanic Mesoamerica that do not have written calendar dates, understanding the prehispanic cultural change has been limited by imprecise tools to measure time. Dendrochronology, based on the principles that some trees grow a single ring each year, has the potential to provide dates to single year precision. This presentation shows the results of the first dendroarchaeological project in Mesoamerica to demonstrate how findings can enrich cultural understanding.

Tree Ring Activities
Facilitated by Past Students Alexandra Jiggetts-O'Neill, Daniel Weller, Sarah Butler,
Denise O'Leary, and Current Student Carolina Gaudenzi


1:40 pm --- BREAK ---

2:00 pm Alumni Panel: “Life After Anthro”
Facilitator: Paige Twining

Panel Members: Dana McCalla ’13, Daniel Weller ‘12, Brant Venables ‘09


2:30 pm Closing Remarks

2:35 pm Informal Networking for Alumni and Current Students
- 3:00 pm Location: G110 Gannett Classroom

2:45 pm Anthropology Lab Tours (provided on request)
Location: G124 Gannett, in front of this office & Anthro Hallway Display

* Dr. Michael Malpass and Dr. Thomas Garrison (Landon Hall Laboratory)
* Dr. Denise Nuttall (Ethnomusicology Lab) and a Hindustani Music Performance
by Students Matthew Madden and Patrick Holcomb

Sponsored by the Department of Anthropology and Office of the Dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences.

REGISTRATION
To register, please go to https://ic125.reunioniq.com. For more information and to view the full schedule of IC125 "Weekend on South Hill" events, click here. Anthropology-sponsored events are also listed there, but you can also build your own customized schedule by viewing all Ithaca College events that you may be interested in attending.


ANTHROPOLOGY QUESTIONS
If you wish to contact the Department of Anthropology with any questions about our events in particular, or if you are an Anthropology Alumni and wish to provide us with updated contact information, please email one of the Event Organizing Committee Members: Denise Nuttall (dnuttall@ithaca.edu), Sue-Je Gage (sgage@ithaca.edu), or Lisa Corewyn (lcorewyn@ithaca.edu).


GENERAL QUESTIONS
If you have general questions about IC125 weekend events or have a disability requiring accommodation, please email ic125@ithaca.edu or call (866) 275-1125 during IC’s business hours (8:30 am - 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday).

We hope to see you all at these events! Please help spread the word!