Resources for Anthropology Seniors
Check out these resources for planning your senior year as an anthropology major, including navigating the senior thesis process and imagining life beyond Reed.
Research in anthropology can include both library/archival work and ethnographic research. See these links for resources and guidelines for both. Work closely with your both your Department advisers and with our social science librarians Annie Downey and Joe Marquez as you plan your thesis project.
- Library Research in Anthropology at Reed
- Model Thesis Proposals
- Exemplary Theses and their Sources
- Past Theses
- Ethnographic Research
Your anthropology training can inform anything you might want to pursue in your life beyond Reed. Stop by the Center for Life Beyond Reed to check out their resources and consult with advisers there. While the Department has a long history of illustrious anthropology alumni who have gone on to do graduate work in anthropology and related fields, most Reed Anthropology Alumni do not go on to graduate school but take up a wide variety of career paths. Check out the Anthropology Department bulletin board for recent anthropology-related job and internship opportunities. See these links for thinking about both career and graduate school possibilities.