Professor Jonah Steinberg was recently interviewed on Vermont Public Radio about “A Thousand Ghost Maps,” a public symposium he has organized in conjunction with the visit of Burack lecturer J.R. McNeill, University Professor at Georgetown University. Click here for more information on the public symposium scheduled for April 28th and for information on the Burack lecture scheduled […]
Of the six Fulbright Scholarships awarded to UVM students this spring, two of the winning projects were submitted by Anthropology majors! Congratulations to: Daniel Rosenblum ’13 for his proposed study of Formal Recognition and Economic Undertakings across Delhi, India’s Unauthorized Colonies, and Joe Friedman ’14 for his proposed project on Public Health through the Master’s Program […]
On April 16, several of our students presented their research at the UVM research conference. We soul like to congratulate the following. Joseph Friedman presented “Avoiding Eugenic Genomics: Reconciling Concerns of Disability Communities with the Evolving Clinical use of Reproductive Genetics” (Advisor: Jeanne Shea). Codi Hindes and Julia Burns, “Sociality of Value in Magic: The […]
Tim Stewart (’09) recently appeared in Vermont Quarterly, describing his rise to popsicle fame in the Bay Area. Check out this great write up!
Anthropology major Theo Klein has been awarded an APLE Summer Stipend from the College of Arts and Sciences to fund his research project “Examining Church Architecture and Evangelization at Carrizales, Peru.” He will use this highly competitive grant, which is awarded to only two UVM undergraduates per year, to collaborate with Anthropology Department faculty member […]
Deborah Blom has published a chapter entitled “Tracing Tiwanaku Childhoods: A Bioarchaeological Study of Age and Identity in Tiwanaku Society” in the volumeTracing Childhood: Bioarchaeological Investigations of Early Lives in Antiquity, edited by Jennifer L. Thompson, Marta Alfonso-Durruty, and John J. Crandall University Florida Press (May 2014)
UVM Anthropology alum A.J. Anmaar Habib will be starting a Masters Program in Urban Spatial Analytics with a certificate in Historic Preservation at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design.
Congratulations to the following six anthropology majors who have been elected to Phi Beta Kappa Membership! These students will be inducted into the UVM chapter of Phi Beta Kappa this May. Phi Beta Kappa is the nation’s oldest honor society, and our department is thrilled that the hard work of these students has been recognized. […]
Congratulations to anthropology major Rachel Aronson (Class of 2014) who has recently been accepted to the Emerson National Hunger Fellowship Program at the Congressional Hunger Center in Washington DC! Each year, the fellowship program accepts 20 individuals from around the country to take part in a year-long program where fellows gain experience working on poverty and hunger […]