COMPASS: The Student Anthropology Journal of Alberta
Compass aims to navigate its readers through the four exciting fields of Anthropology. Our student journal highlights the exemplary level of academic research in Anthropology at the University of Alberta and elsewhere.
Vol 2 No 1 (2018): COMPASS: The Student Anthropology Journal of Alberta
This is the second issue of COMPASS: The Student Anthropology Journal of Alberta. This feature includes undergraduate, MA, and PhD research of students at the University of Alberta and spans archaeological, physical anthropology, and sociocultural anthropology-related themes.
Two of the articles in this issue stem from award-winning research that was presented at the 27th Annual Richard Frucht Memorial Lecture Series and Student Conference (2018). Van Ankum (2018) was awarded the First Place Prize for the Undergraduate Podium Presentation Category, and Goldberg (2018) was awarded the First Place Prize for the Graduate Podium Presentation Category.
We would like to thank our staff and all submissions for their hard work and dedication allowing this issue to come to fruition.
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Compass is published annually as collaboration between the Association of Graduate Anthropology Students (AGAS) and the Department of Anthropology at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Formerly Diversipede, our student-run publication allows undergraduate and graduate students to share their work and ideas, creating a platform for discussion and knowledge. Submissions consist of original ongoing research, reviews of current anthropological issues, and anything related to an anthropological interest from any of the sub-fields. We welcome multi-media projects that may include audiovisual components, GIS or other 3D modelling, in addition to more traditional print materials.
Thanks to all those who submitted articles for the first issue! We had a great turnout! Check out the first issue now!
Thanks to all those who submitted articles for the second issue! We are currently in the review process.
Still interested in submitting? We encourage you to submit your work and it will be considered for the third issue! There is no current deadline for the third issue, but it will likely be March 2019.
We are a proud partner of the Richard Frucht Memorial Lecture Series at the University of Alberta. We welcome all participants in this event to submit their presentations for consideration. Two past award winners of this event have had their work published in the first issue!