SASA is an informal organization designed to bring students with an interest in either sociology or anthropology together.
Our meetings have included discussions on a variety of sociological or anthropological issues, guest speakers, film viewings, and field trips. At SASA there are no dues and members are invited to attend meetings in accordance with their availability and interest. SASA is a great way to refine your interests in the fields of anthropology or sociology, network with your peers in the department, and enjoy a light meal with friends once a week.
Each week, SASA meets from 6 – 7 p.m. on Mondays in 947 Renaissance Park. Dinner is provided every week, please email with any dietary restrictions.
11/25/2019 – SASA joined forces with Boston University’s Anthropology in the Works club for an event with Food Anthropologist, Professor and Associate Chair, Merry White. She spoke about her previous work studying Japanese food and gave a lesson on how to eat onigiri.
10/23/2019 – SASA met with the Boston University Sociology Department for an exclusive screening of Women of the Earth followed by a panel which included a midwife and doula, labor and parenting experts, and women who have used midwives in delivery.
For more information or questions about SASA please contact Erin Cutroneo at firstname.lastname@example.org.