CV-19 updates for ANT Juniors

Updated April 20, 2020

4-20-2020 memo for Anthropology Juniors on PDF-Grading Procedures

Return to the main Anthropology COVID-19 response page for undergraduates.


Updated March 30, 2020

3-30-2020 memo for Anthropology Juniors on PDF-Optional Grading


Updated March 27, 2020

3-27-2020 memo for Anthropology Juniors on Independent Work

3-27-2020 memo for Anthropology Juniors on JP Deadlines


Updated March 22, 2020

Revised deadlines for submission of Anthropology Junior Papers: 

  • Full first draft:  Monday, April 6, 2020

  • Final submission:  Monday, April 27, 2020

  • University deadline:  Friday, May 15, 2020

These department dates were set after careful consideration of the extended University deadline, as well as time needed for revisions from draft to final submission, and grading deadlines. The ANT draft deadline has been extended from the department's previously announced extension before the University extended its deadline to May 15, 2020. The ANT final submission deadline has not changed from our previously announced extension.  A student who is unable to submit the final JP on April 27 may request an individual extension from the advisor.

Guidance for Anthropology Junior Papers

The Anthropology JP is a literature review between 4000-8000 words, not including footnotes, bibliography, tables, illustrations, and appendices (if applicable).  Students should plan to use at least 2-3 academic monographs and 5-7 academic articles in their literature review.


Published March 13, 2020

New deadlines for submission of Anthropology Junior Papers: 

  • Full first draft:  Thursday, April 2, 2020

  • Final submission:  Monday, April 27, 2020

These extensions were set after careful consideration of University deadlines as well as grading deadlines. Should the University extend either or both of these deadlines, we will, in turn, reconsider the current extended deadlines.

Guidance for Anthropology Junior Papers

The Anthropology JP is a literature review between 4000-8000 words, not including footnotes, bibliography, tables, illustrations, and appendices (if applicable).  Students should plan to use at least 2-3 academic monographs and 5-7 academic articles in their literature review.