At Anthropos we believe in telling human stories.
We aim to highlight Emory student anthropological writing that centers lived experiences of inequality, injustice, and systemic dynamics of global power. Anthropological writing is a fundamentally creative articulation of the liminal space between structural social phenomena and life projects individuals make for themselves. In simpler terms, at Anthropos we’re interested in the unexpected—in frictions between the stories we’re told about how the world works and the substance of, among other things, embodied, gendered, and racialized life.
The revitalization of this publication began in early 2021 with joint Editors in Chief Danielle Mangabat and Hunter Akridge. We are current Emory University Undergraduates.