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Photograph by Deth Hatton

OUR STORY

Established in 2005, the Australian Network of Student Anthropologists (ANSA) is an initiative of anthropology students and early career researchers. We aim to share knowledge, experience, and support amongst student and early career anthropologists by fostering a community of people who have shared interests.

OUR AIMS

Provide a voice for student interests and encourage student participation within the AAS (Australian Anthropological Society), with specific attention paid to the needs of postgraduate students enrolled at Australian Universities.

Provide resources and information for student and early career researcher anthropologists.

Foster a welcoming sense of community between students and researchers of shared interest.

Meet the 2019 Executive

The new ANSA Committee for 2019 was elected at the AAS Annual Conference at James Cook University, Queensland, in December 2018. They will remain in their roles until the ANSA AGM in Canberra in early December.

Hanna

Hanna Jagtenberg

President

PhD candidate, Adelaide University

AlessandraPrunotto

Alessandra Prunotto

Secretary

Recent honours graduate, University of Melbourne

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Aqua Hastings

Liaison Officer

PhD candidate at the University of Queensland

Jacob

Jacob Malouf-Grice

Web Officer

PhD candidate, University of Sydney

alice

Alice leggett

Web officer

Master of Research graduate from the University of Western Australia

ANSA Constitution

Read our current constitution and become more familiar with ANSA's aims and objectives.