Email lists are a way to send email messages to a group of people. If you sign up on an email list, you will receive all the messages that anyone sends to that email list's email address. Likewise, you can send a message to the list and it will be received by all members of the group. Email lists are a useful way to stay connected to a community and to get announcements relevant to your needs and interests.
UNT Anthropology Department Email Lists
- Undergraduate list: ANTH@UNT.EDU
For students who are anthropology majors or minors, and anthropology faculty and staff. Announcements about courses, administrative deadlines, and departmental activities are posted here.
All majors are automatically subscribed to this list. If for some reason you think you should be subscribed but you are not, please contact the listowner, firstname.lastname@example.org
To unsubscribe from the ANTH list, send the following message to email@example.com from your email account:
Other Email Lists
Outside of UNT, there are many national email lists that focus on anthropological topics. Here are links to some of them:
The international list for applied anthropologists. To subscribe, send the following message to firstname.lastname@example.org: subscribe anthap-l youremailaddress
The most general list for anthropology. Open to anyone, thousands of members. The level of conversation is variable.
Sponsored by the Anthropology and Environment section of the AAA. Open to anyone with an interest in ecological/environmental anthropology.
- AAA Human Rights
AAA members interested in human rights-related issues are encouraged to subscribe.
- AAA Sections and Interest Groups
Each AAA section and/or interest group has their own email list. Some require active membership to participate.