Tag Archives: anthropology

Where the wall ends Where the border wall abruptly ends at Sasabe, AZ. Photo: Samuel Fox '14.

Where the Wall Ends

Through funding from the Hurford Center for the Arts & Humanities, anthropology major Samuel Fox ’14 spent his summer in Arizona doing field research and finished the first draft of his novella, which features an anthropologist and a fictional citizen … Continue reading

Where the wall ends Where the border wall abruptly ends at Sasabe, AZ. Photo: Samuel Fox '14.

Where the Wall Ends

Through funding from the Hurford Center for the Arts & Humanities, anthropology major Samuel Fox ’14 spent his summer in Arizona doing field research and finished the first draft of his novella, which features an anthropologist and a fictional citizen … Continue reading

Laura Newman Eckstein Laura Newman Eckstein '16 at the Minidoka Relocation Center, Jerome, Idaho.

Laura Newman Eckstein

This summer Laura Newman Eckstein ’16 conducted an independent anthropology study looking at the ways diets, commensality, and family structures changed due to the Japanese Relocation Centers.

Jesse Shipley Ghana Anthropologist Jesse Weaver Shipley (pictured with camera) recently published his book, Living the Hiplife: Celebrity and Entrepreneurship in Ghanaian Popular Music.

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Black Star Ghanaians passionately follow their team amidst the grand celebrations of a major global corporate-sports event.

Black Star

Black Star May 25–27, 2012 Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery A video installation by Assistant Professor Jesse Weaver Shipley displays Ghana’s participation in the 2010 football World Cup held in South Africa, using the spectacle of global football to tell more intimate … Continue reading

Maris Gillette Professor Gillette often uses the medium of film to document her ethnographic research.

The Intimacy of Anthropology

“Maris is undoubtedly an exceptional teacher in a classroom setting; however, what makes her an even better professor is her accessibility outside of her seminars.”—Laina Gagliardi ’12 Professor of Anthropology Maris Gillette is the Winter 2012 Faculty Profile in HAVERFORD … Continue reading