College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Department of History and Anthropology

Anthropology Club

The anthropology club is open to anyone interested in learning more about other cultures. Even if you are not an anthropology major, you are welcome to join.

This year, the anthropology club has done a variety of activities including the following: a meet-and-greet pitch-in dinner in September for members to get to know one another, attending Greek Fest at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, sponsoring a group dinner outing to La Piedad Mexican Restaurant in Broad Ripple, and attending the presentation of the Whirling Dervishes of Konya at Clowes Memorial Hall. The Club has also sponsored and organized Butler for Darfur through fundraising around campus and in the community, and through several keynote events. Hotel Rwanda was shown to a packed room. On April 25th (2005), eleven guests from Darfur headed by Mohamed A. Kauda (President of the Illinois Darfur Association) provided vivid testimony to the tragedy that has befallen their homeland.

Anthropology Club Officers 2010-2011

President; Nissa Petrowski

Vice President; Patrick Thevenow

Secretary;  Matt Free

PR/Advertising;  Mariel Wilding



Pictures from some of the Anthropology Club events are below:

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Anthropology Club Darfur 01
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History & Anthropology

Jordan Hall, Room 349
4600 Sunset Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
(317) 940-9230
Secretary: Janice Hendricks