Sunday, 16 March 2014


Kia ora,

We are the anthsisters - welcome to our blog.

We are Tarapuhi Bryers-Brown, Tayla Hancock and Hollie Russell and together we make up the Anthsisters. Although we knew of each other in undergrad it was not until our year together doing Honours in Cultural Anthropology (which we spent living in the library) that we became close friends and started referring to ourselves as the Anthsisters. This year we are doing our Masters, and decided it was the perfect time to make our blogging debut. If you want to know more about each of us check out the 'About Us' section.

The blog itself is dedicated to anything and everything anthropology and student related. Our upcoming posts include book and gallery reviews, a piece on student debt and activism, and short films on Māori health and Mexican food. Although we specialise in Cultural Anthropology we are open to discussion concerning the other branches of Anth - Linguistics, Archaeology and Biology. 

We encourage you to comment, critique, and challenge us, as long as it's constructive. While we aim to keep a high standard, in terms of style, spelling, and references please remember that our blog is aimed at young academics interested in anthropology. Essentially, feel free to comment but don't be a dick.

Thanks for visiting our blog, hope to see you back again soon.

Xoxo Anthsisters

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