Events

UTM Department of Anthropology and UTMAS events are positive and inclusive spaces.

Upcoming Events

The UTM Anthropology Society (UTMAS) presents

Anthropology trivia night on illustration of dark blue sky with yellow starsAnthropology Trivia Night!

Thursday, December 3 from 6-7 pm via Zoom

Register for this event via Zoom.

The UTM Anthropology Society is having one last online event for the term! Come out for a fun de-stressor event and meet the execs!

  • Need a break from studying before final exams?
  • Test your knowledge to try and win one of several gift card prizes!

 


The London Chapter, Ontario Archaeological Society presents:

Let's Start with Something Small: An evaluation of social learning and scaling practices in Great Lakes potting communities during the Late Woodland

Thursday, December 10, 2020 at 7:30 PM via Zoom

Dr. Steven Dorland will give a talk on his efforts to understand how Huron/Wendat and other Iroquoian Late Wooland potters learned their craft.

Registration:

Please emailt jrkeron@yahoo.com if you want to be sent a link to the Zoom meeting session.

View event poster (PDF)

 


Past Events

The UTM Anthropology Society (UTMAS) presents

Graduate School Information Session for Anthropology students

Friday, November 27, 2020 from 1-3 pm via Zoom

illustration of a graduation cap on top of a laptop computerRegister for this event via Zoom.

Are you considering pursing a masters/PhD, want to learn more about grad school?

Join UTM Faculty in learning more about graduate schools, the application process and much more! Featured speakers include:

  • Dr. Esteban Parra
  • Dr. Lauren Schroeder
  • Dr. Zoe H. Wool
  • Dr. Andrew Gilbert
  • Dr. Steven Dorland

 


U of T-hosted Symposium at the Royal Society of Canada conference:

The Legacy of Insulin Discovery: Origins, Access, and Translation

November 26, 2020 from 1-6 pm EST

Insulin 100 logoUTM anthropologists Dr. Tracey Galloway (panelist) and Dr. Madeline Mant (moderator) will participate in this virutal symposium as part of the Royal Society of Canada’s Celebration of Excellence and Engagement (COEE) which will take place both virtually and in-person from November 23-29, 2020.

Free registration for U of T community before Nov. 22:

Members of the U of T community are welcome to take advantage of the U of T exclusive link on Eventbrite which allows you to attend the symposium free of charge, if you register by November 22, 2020.

General registration:

Register via the Royal Society of Canada website.

 


Novalis in partnership with the Global Catholic Climate Movement Canada present:

Redeeming Hope for a Suffering Planet

Webinar on November 24, 2020 2 to 3 pm EST

Join authors of The Green Bible Stephen Scharper and Simon Appolloni, as they explore a new relationship with the natural world with the wisdom of Laudato Sí, and other voices that span centuries, traditions, races, ages and geography. Perfect for educators, pastoral leaders, religious community leaders, and all those seeking to integrate environmental awareness into the practical lives of their faith communities.

Registration:

The webinar is free but registration is required. Feel free to invite a friend! 

Visit the Zoom registration page to register for this event.

 


The UTM Anthropology Society (UTMAS) presents

Anthropology In Real Life: Careers in Academia and Beyond!

Wednesday, November 11, 2020 from 5-7 pm via Zoom

Register for this event via Zoom.

illustration of person at podium with words Metrolinx, Centre for Forensic Science, and DiamondUTMAS is hosting a career night discussion panel! Explore where an anthropology degree can take you outside of academia. Meet anthropology professionals and ask questions. Panelists from Metrolinx, the Centre for Forensic Sciences, and Diamond are scheduled to participate.

 


2020 Ontario Archaeological Society Online Symposium

November 2 - 8, 2020 via Zoom

UTM Anthropology faculty, staff and students are presenting papers and posters at the virtual Ontario Archaeological Association symposium.

Topics include:

  • New Insights from Old Collections: The Research Potential of Legacy Collections in Ontario Archaeology
  • Collaborative Research with Legacy Collections: Ongoing Zooarchaeological Research at the University of Toronto Mississauga
  • The Schreiber Wood Project: Ceramic Assemblage and Decorative Typology
  • Using Legacy Collections at University of Toronto Mississauga for Undergraduate Research
  • Looking for Children in the Zooarchaeological Record: A Holistic Investigation of Childhood Subsistence in Northern Iroquoian communities

See our Research Activities page for more details on the presentations.

 


Anthropology virtual drop-in table at U of T's online Fall Campus Week event

illustration of Terrence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex
Illustration of the Terrence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex where the Department of Anthropology is located at the University of Toronto Mississauga. Copyright: Department of Anthropology.

Live chat at Program Fair

We'll have representatives available to chat with you at the following times:

Life Science Day (HBSc programs): Monday, October 19, 2020

  • 9 am to 11 am EST (Note: due to technical difficulties, the Monday 9-11am virtual table is unavailable.)
  • 5 pm to 7 pm EST

Social Science Day (HBA programs): Tuesday, October 20, 2020

  • 9 am to 11 am EST
  • 5 pm to 7 pm EST

Recorded video information session

Dr. Sherry Fukuzawa and Dr. Madeleine Mant discuss why you should take a first-year Anthropology course at UTM! Look for the video on our Program Fair page.

Registration

Visit UTM's Fall Campus Week page to register for Fall Campus Week!

 


A Public event hosted by Cultural Arts at Coastal Carolina University:

Apocalyptic-ish: Dr. Madeleine Mant

Dr. Mant in plague doctor costume and holding a book

Thursday, October 15, 2020 at 3:00 PM – 4:15 PM EDT

Online with Facebook Live

Join UTM anthropologist Dr. Madeleine Mant on Facebook live, where she will discuss how lessons from past historical pandemics apply to the current COVID-19 environment.

 


The Experiential Education Unit at UTM presents:

Anthropology virtual drop-in table at the Experiential Education Fair

The Anthropology virtual drop-in table session will take place from 9:40-10:40 am. Learn about our field schools at UTM, as well as other experiential learning courses such as ANT241 Anthropology and the Indigenous Peoples of Turtle Island (in Canada).

students at archaeological site on UTM campusAre you interested in gaining hands-on, practical experience for credit? Getting involved in experiential learning (EL) opportunities has never been easier! Join us virtually at the second annual Experiential Education Fair on Thursday, October 8, 2020 from 9:30am – 12:30pm via ZOOM. (The Anthropology virtual drop-in table session will take place at 9:40-10:40 am (EST).)

How to join the Zoom session: On the day of the Fair, a brochure with the event schedule and meeting links will be available on the EEU website.  Please ensure you are signed in to your Zoom account prior to accessing any of the links.