Australian Network of Student Anthropologists
The Australian Network of Student Anthropologists (ANSA) was established in 2005 as an initiative of Australian postgraduate students. ANSA aims to:
- Share knowledge, experience, and support amongst student and early-career anthropologists
- Provide a voice for student interests and encourage student participation with the Australian Anthropological Society (AAS), with specific attention paid to the needs of postgraduate students enrolled at Australian Universities
- Provide resources and information for student and early-career anthropologists
ANSA is a sister association of the AAS; we provide funding for a range of ANSA initiatives, including travel grants to assist students presenting at the AAS Annual Conference and prizes in the ANSA visual ethnography competitions. More information about ANSA activities is available on their website.