Join us for another semester of the Works in Progress series in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. The purpose of the series is to provide a regular time and place for undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty affiliated with the Sociology and Anthropology programs to present works in progress and receive helpful feedback. These gatherings will enable both students and faculty to interact with one another in an informal manner in order to develop research projects, foster public engagement, and encourage publication. Typically, these presentations will take place on Wednesday. As of early Spring 2014,the WIP series is being arranged. Presentations are open to everyone. Refreshments will be provided.
Who can attend?
Who can present?
Any undergraduate or graduate student, faculty member, or Marshall alumni affiliated with the Department of Sociology and Anthropology.
Will there be food?
Yes. We have snacks and drinks for you.
How can I sign up?
Contact TBD. Arrangements should be made at least one week before the day of the presentation.
What do I need to have?
You will need to provide an abstract to the coordinator that describes the paper (and/or research) that you’re working on. You can also suggest a graphic to include on the promotional flyer that we’ll be produced to advertise the event. Please note that this is a work in progress series. This means it is understood that work being presented is not finalized. You are presenting, at least in part, to receive feedback in order to further refine that work with the goal of presenting in a more formal setting and/or seeking a venue for publication.
See the presentations as they are scheduled for Spring 2014 as well as previous sessions.