UVM Anthropology at 2015 NEAA Annual Meeting

UVM Anthropology was well-represented at the 2015 Northeastern Anthropological Association Annual Meeting. Eleven students and one faculty member made the trek down to Franklin Pierce University for the two-day conference, March 27-28. During the conference, three students delivered papers and one student presented a poster, including:

  • Riker Pasterkiewicz: 100 Years of Socioeconomic Separation: The Subte of Buenos Aires as a Marker of Progress
  • Lynn Keating: Health, Spirituality, and Kinship: The Intercultural Beliefs in Belize
  • Ben Cohen: The Habit of Resistance: Prospects of Social Justice in Vermont
  • Paige Brochu (poster) Late Ceramic Age House Patterns at the Forest North Site, Anguilla, BWI


Our own Professor Luis Vivanco capped off the conference by delivering the keynote address, “Anthropology In The Here and Now.”


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