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Spring 2018 End-of-Semester News

With tonight’s Spring semester Graduate School Commencement, the major part of the 2017-18 academic year is over. Shown above in screen-captures from the university’s streaming video of the ceremony are, from left to right, newly minted Ph.D.’s Jennifer (Harris) Chapman (hooded by her advisor, Dr. 975 more words


Graduate Students Alexander Cors and Shari Wejsa Publish Blog Entries for HASTAC

Second-year graduate students Alexander Cors and Shari Wejsa are the two 2017-18 HASTAC Scholars at Emory’s Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry. Cors and Wejsa recently published entries on the blog of HASTAC, which stands for the Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory. 278 more words

Graduate Student Workshop | Asian Aesthetics and American Art

From the University of Delaware:

International Graduate Student Workshop
Global Impact of Asian Aesthetics on American Art and Material Culture
The University of Delaware and Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library 11–12 October 2018… 407 more words

Calls For Papers

How to play critically?

On Wednesday, May 9th, join UWaterloo English’s Dr. Aimée Morrison, UWaterloo English PhD alumnus Dr. Steve Wilcox, and Dr. Leah Zhang-Kennedy at The Museum in Kitchener, for “INTERACTION Dialogue: Learning Through Play.” The event is presented in partnership with UWaterloo… 77 more words

Awards for faculty and grad students

Congratulations to PhD students Rebecca Anderson and Devon Moriarty, who have both received awards from the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) to fund their dissertation research.  52 more words


The Anthropology Department announces our Student Award Winners

The Anthropology Department is pleased to announce our 2018 student award winners!  Undergraduate awards were distributed at our Honors and Awards Luncheon on Friday, April 27.  755 more words

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Anthropology Picture Contest Winners Announced

Congratulations to the winners of the Anthropology Picture contest

First Prize: Amelia Howell

Amelia is a graduating senior and an Anthropology major. This year, she wrote an honors thesis called, “Booty Hop and the Snake: Race, Gender, and Identity in an Atlanta Strip Club,” for which she also won the Undergraduate Shostak Award for Excellence and Humanity in Ethnographic Writing. 734 more words

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