Deborah Pellow to receive Wasserstrom Prize for Graduate Teaching
Deborah Pellow, professor of anthropology, who is a multidisciplinary scholar that specializes in urban studies, the anthropology of space and place, and feminism, with emphasis on West Africa, was conferred this year's prize. The prize memorializes William Wasserstrom, a noted English professor at Syracuse.
Anthropology Professor Hans Buechler marks 50 years of service
Hans Buechler, professor of anthropology was honored at the One University Awards ceremony, held on April 12.
British Forts and Their Communities: Archaeological and Historical Perspectives
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Resisting Occupation in Kashmir
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Climate without Nature: A Critical Anthropology of the Anthropocene
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Anthropology student participates in community-based research
Hromadžić discusses Citizens of an Empty Nation on New Books Network
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Rubinstein publishes paper on community violence in Syracuse
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DeCorse discusses Portugal's involvement in slavery in BBC article
"The idea that the Portuguese have never been in Africa is completely false," says Christopher DeCorse, professor of anthropology. "In fact, it was the Portuguese who opened Africa to the Atlantic world."
Hromadžić publishes article on civility in post-war Bosnia-Herzegovina
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New book edited by Hromadžić, Care across Distance, published
Castro paper on conflict in Sudan published in World Development
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Visiting campus in April, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright shared insights from her storied career with students and the University community.
The Unlikely Path
Former colleagues of Agehananda Bharati gather to mark 25 years since his passing.
Deborah Pellow is devoted to counseling anthropology undergrads, and will tell you it pays dividends for her and them.