Professor Jonah Steinberg begins research project and finishes second book

Professor Jonah Steinberg has begun a new project in Marseille, France, where he looks at sections where the Romas and the refugees intersect. His focus is on their relationship and the feelings that stem from this: segregation, expulsion, and rejection. After travelling back and forth between Burlington and India for years, he is also writing […]

Spots available for summer course

Teresa Mares will be teaching a summer course called “Latinos in the US” (ANTH 169) designed as a survey of people of Latino and Hispanic descent living in the United States. Students will learn about the history and diversity of Latinos and how race and ethnicity is defined by anthropologists. It also falls under the […]

Anthropology Major Celina Rossier goes to grad school

Celina will be graduating this May with a major in Anthropology, focusing on Global Health, and a minor in ASL (American Sign Language). She was recently accepted for a Master’s program at Gaulladet University in Washington D.C. where she will continue her education on deaf studies. She will further examine Deaf Culture and ASL using […]

Professor Luis Vivanco’s upcoming travels and research.

After being inspired by a friend to look into the impacts of biking in a community, Luis Vivanco ventures into a new research opportunity around the world. His adventure began in Bogota, during 2014, where he was doing ethnographic research on the city’s bike culture and politics. Bogota has one of the worlds best developed […]