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Class Consciousness: ANTH0200

Despite my less-than-stellar performance in Intro to Cultural Anthropology, I still really liked the topic. While not every ethnography we’d read in the introductory class fully piqued my interest, I found that in general I like reading about other societies. 376 more words

All Grown Up, and teaching to prove it

I have a lot to catch up on. My crazy traveling months of 2014 are over, with just a couple lovely gigs left before the 2013-2014 season calls it quits. 1,020 more words

Spring Weeks

It’s finally, honestly, undeniably spring. I’m totally digging the weather – it’s still a little chilly, but not nearly polar vortex-worthy, and there’s been SUN and RAIN! 485 more words

Jenks as Teacher: Dallas Lore Sharp and the Cuckoo

By JESSICA PALINSKI

Though John Whipple Potter Jenks was a self-proclaimed naturalist, he devoted much of his life to the field of education. Before returning to his Alma Mater, Jenks made a career as a teacher and principal. 336 more words

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Anthology 4!

16 April at 7 pm, Studio One, The Granoff Center, 154 Angell Street

Anthology 4 — readings, performances and presentations by students and alumni of Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design: Desiree Bailey, Francesca Capone, Andy Giannakakis, Ian Hatcher, Jazzmen Johnson, Ari Kalinowski, Maya Krinsky, Lucia Monge, Roque Montez, Kelly Puig & Asha Tamirisa (sponsored by the Creative Arts Council, with planning by the Literary Arts community).

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Theo van den Hout: "A is for Anatolia: Writing and Literacy in the Hittite Kingdom"

Theo van den Hout delivers a lecture examining the chronological development of writing and literacy in the Hittite Kingdom, Brown University,  April 11, 2013. The lecture commences at 3:45. 144 more words

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April Mayhem

It’s April here at university and you know what that means…. April Mayhem! *sing it in Daily Grace’s Sexy Friday tune*

In a way, I’m really happy that Brown has… 1,006 more words

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