Anthropology Club

The Anthropology Club is for Anthro students who want to learn more about anthropology & archaeology, and meet professors & students in the department. Contact the Anthropology Club at for more information.

The Kituhwan

The Kituhwan is Franklin & Marshall College's student-produced Anthropology journal. The Kituhwan publishes student essays annually and is currently looking for submissions for this year's edition. The Kituhwan is also seeking interested students who would like to learn more about the editing and production process. For more information contact

Honors Theses

Ilana Hirsch '17

Performing the Idealized Judaism: Processes of Jewish Missionary Work at Franklin and Marshall College

Zoe Schwandt '17

Interpreting the Jan Wise Collection: An Analysis of Lithic Preference in Southeastern Pennsylvania

Karlina Juelch '17

Monolithic Vikings?: The Variation of Christian-Pagan Interaction seen in Viking Age Monuments

Felipe DeOliviera '16

Human Sustainable Development in Amazonia: Questioning Erased Dimensions in the Human Development Paradigm through Household-level Interviews in the Western Brazilian Amazon

Sarah Craft '16

Listen to the Bones: Decolonizing Human Remains Collections at Franklin & Marshall College and the North Museum of Nature and Science

Shrima Pandey '16

Defining Difference, Creating Community: A Case Study of Lancaster, PA

Rachel Codkind '15

Gladiators and the Boundaries of the Empire: Establishing Visibility in Ancient Rome

Ashley Candreva '15

Actively Engaged: Archaeology in Elementary Education


Abstracts of  F&M anthropology majors' theses from 2005 to the present can be found in the library's archives.