Anthropologist John Burdick is not only a faculty member conducting research overseas (like so many others). His research team, in fact, spans the globe.
At a time when America is sorting out its larger role in the world, experts remind us that U.S. aid is often much appreciated.
Breaking Sudan: The Search for Peace
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Maxwell announces new chair appointments
Maxwell names Montgomery Gruber Professor, O'Hanley Faculty Scholars
Andrew Wender Cohen, professor of history, has been announced as the recipient of the Montgomery Gruber Professorship. Additionally, the O’Hanley Faculty Endowed Fund for Faculty Excellence, which serves to help recognize, reward and retain excellent teachers at the school, announced three new scholars: Azra Hromadžić, associate professor of anthropology; Natalie Koch, associate professor of geography; and Rebecca Schewe, assistant professor of sociology.
Gerard and Castro conduct conflict management workshop in Jordan
Van Hollen selected to be a Public Policy Fellow at The Wilson Center
The appointment will support Cecilia Van Hollen, associate professor of anthropology at the Maxwell School, in her research on “Living with Cancer at the Crossroads: Assessing risks and seeking cures for reproductive cancers in India” and help to foster engagement with policymakers in the field of global health in Washington, D.C.
Hromadžić, Lasch-Quinn receive faculty recognition award
The Excellence in Graduate Education Faculty Recognition Award, which honors faculty who have a significant, positive influence on graduate education at Syracuse University, was awarded to Azra Hromadžić, assistant professor of anthropology, and Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn, professor of history.
Peter Castro receives Unsung Hero Award at SU's MLK celebration
Peter Castro, associate professor of anthropology, received the Unsung Hero Award at Sunday's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration at the Carrier Dome. His nominator writes, "Receiving an MLK Unsung Hero Award acknowledges his long-time service to African development as an applied anthropologist, particularly with regard to the management of and access to natural resources, and efforts to alleviate hunger and poverty.”
Peter Castro study on flag politics in Ethiopia published
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West Africa during the Atlantic Slave Trade: Archaeological Perspectives
Anthropology: The Basics
Anthropology student’s senior thesis featured in Daily Orange