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    PostedMonday, July 13, 2020 at 5:27 PM
    "According to Life on the Other Border, Farmworkers and Food Justice in Vermont (University of California Press, April 2019), by Teresa M. Mares, an anthropology professor at the University of Vermont, 18 percent of Vermont’s undocumented migrant farm workers are food insecure, defined as lacking reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food, compared to between 13 and 14 percent for Vermonters as a whole. The book is the first to measure food insecurity in this population." https://learn.uvm.edu/foodsystemsblog/2019/04/04/teresa-mares-new-book-migrant-farm-workers-food-insecure/
    "According to Life on the Other Border, Farmworkers and Food Justice in Vermont (University of California Press, April 2019), by Teresa M. Mares, an anthropology professor at the University of Vermont, 18 percent of Vermont’s undocumented migrant farm workers are food insecure, defined as lacking reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food, compared to between 13 and 14 percent for Vermonters as a whole. The book is the first to measure food insecurity in this population." https://learn.uvm.edu/foodsystemsblog/2019/04/04/teresa-mares-new-book-migrant-farm-workers-food-insecure/
    PostedMonday, July 13, 2020 at 5:09 PM
    A Garland of Bones: Child Runaways in India. By Jonah Steinberg New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 2019. xi, 337 pp. ISBN: 9780300222807 (cloth). "... in cities like New Delhi, where the historical legacies of empire and exploitation continue to reverberate throughout daily life, the presence of street children is not only ubiquitous, it is purposeful. In many cases, it is something that the children choose for themselves. Faced with various problems and with aspirations for more promising futures, these children leave their village homes and families, venture to the city, and try to make a life for themselves amid incredibly precarious and often life-threatening environments. " https://www.uvm.edu/newsstories/news/jonah-steinbergs-new-book-sheds-light-indias-runaway-children
    A Garland of Bones: Child Runaways in India. By Jonah Steinberg New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 2019. xi, 337 pp. ISBN: 9780300222807 (cloth). "... in cities like New Delhi, where the historical legacies of empire and exploitation continue to reverberate throughout daily life, the presence of street children is not only ubiquitous, it is purposeful. In many cases, it is something that the children choose for themselves. Faced with various problems and with aspirations for more promising futures, these children leave their village homes and families, venture to the city, and try to make a life for themselves amid incredibly precarious and often life-threatening environments. " https://www.uvm.edu/newsstories/news/jonah-steinbergs-new-book-sheds-light-indias-runaway-children
    PostedWednesday, May 20, 2020 at 2:08 PM
    Applications are being accepted for our 1 Year M.A. Program in Medical Anthropology & Global Health including a Certificate in Global Health. Rolling deadline: Apply today in time to begin in August 2020. This program is ideal for students interested in getting an MA in Medical Anthropology before continuing to study medicine or the allied health sciences. Check us out today! https://anthropology.case.edu/graduate-programs/one-year-ma-program/
    
    Accelerated 1 Year M.A. Program in Medical Anthropology & Global Health including a Certificate in Global Health [Rolling admissions policy] - Department of Anthropology
    The Anthropology Department at Case Western Reserve University offers an intensive 2 semester (1-yr) MA program in Medical Anthropology and Global Health.
    anthropology.case.edu
    Applications are being accepted for our 1 Year M.A. Program in Medical Anthropology & Global Health including a Certificate in Global Health. Rolling deadline: Apply today in time to begin in August 2020. This program is ideal for students interested in getting an MA in Medical Anthropology before continuing to study medicine or the allied health sciences. Check us out today! https://anthropology.case.edu/graduate-programs/one-year-ma-program/
    
    Accelerated 1 Year M.A. Program in Medical Anthropology & Global Health including a Certificate in Global Health [Rolling admissions policy] - Department of Anthropology
    The Anthropology Department at Case Western Reserve University offers an intensive 2 semester (1-yr) MA program in Medical Anthropology and Global Health.
    anthropology.case.edu
    PostedFriday, February 21, 2020 at 2:32 PM
    As AAA increases our accessibility initiatives, we want to encourage conversations about various issues related to accessibility within the anthropology discipline. One way we do so is by hosting a regular Twitter Chat entitled #AccessibleAnthChat. Please set aside some time and join us on Twitter on Monday, March 9th, at 2 pm ET/1 pm CT/12 noon MT/11 am PT for our next chat, during which we will discuss the importance of Fieldwork Accessibility! [Image description: Graphic for the Fieldwork Accessibility #AccessibleAnthChat. Includes silhouettes of a trowel and a notebook next to white checkmarks and silhouettes of the wheelchair and ASL interpreter symbols next to white question marks.]
    As AAA increases our accessibility initiatives, we want to encourage conversations about various issues related to accessibility within the anthropology discipline. One way we do so is by hosting a regular Twitter Chat entitled #AccessibleAnthChat. Please set aside some time and join us on Twitter on Monday, March 9th, at 2 pm ET/1 pm CT/12 noon MT/11 am PT for our next chat, during which we will discuss the importance of Fieldwork Accessibility! [Image description: Graphic for the Fieldwork Accessibility #AccessibleAnthChat. Includes silhouettes of a trowel and a notebook next to white checkmarks and silhouettes of the wheelchair and ASL interpreter symbols next to white question marks.]
    PostedWednesday, May 20, 2020 at 2:30 PM
    Case Western Reserve University Department of Anthropology is proud to introduce our three newest PhDs, who received their degrees (virtually) on 17 May 2020. They are: Dr. Heather Baily (Dissertation: The Digital Labor Ward: Teleconsultation in Rural Ghana) Dr. Megan Schmidt-Sane (Dissertation: Men Managing Uncertainty: The Political Economy of HIV in Urban Uganda) Dr. Yan Zhang (Dissertation: A Landscape of Dementia Care: Politics, Practices, and Morality in Shanghai, China) Congratulations!
    Case Western Reserve University Department of Anthropology is proud to introduce our three newest PhDs, who received their degrees (virtually) on 17 May 2020. They are: Dr. Heather Baily (Dissertation: The Digital Labor Ward: Teleconsultation in Rural Ghana) Dr. Megan Schmidt-Sane (Dissertation: Men Managing Uncertainty: The Political Economy of HIV in Urban Uganda) Dr. Yan Zhang (Dissertation: A Landscape of Dementia Care: Politics, Practices, and Morality in Shanghai, China) Congratulations!
    PostedFriday, May 28, 2021 at 9:30 AM
    CCSU Anthropology offers a 5-week Field School in Historical/African Diaspora Archaeology at the historic Chaffee House in Windsor, Connecticut, 7/6 to 8/6/21, taught by Dr. Anthony Martin and supported by CCSU Archaeology Laboratory for African & African Diaspora Studies (ALAADS). As the only African Diaspora Archaeology program in Connecticut, CCSU offers a unique opportunity to reassess the prevailing view of the past via the material culture that Africans and Descendants made and used over the past 400 years. The 2021 project focuses on the lifeways of 18th-19th c. captive African women and Windsor Historical Society offers documentary resources to complement the material record. Students learn archaeology principles and procedures to support them in field employment or further study. No prior field experience needed. The class meets Mon-Fri 9-3 onsite and may be taken for 3 or 6 credits, undergrad or grad. For details, contact Dr. Martin martina@ccsu.edu or ALAADS 860-832-2813
    CCSU Anthropology offers a 5-week Field School in Historical/African Diaspora Archaeology at the historic Chaffee House in Windsor, Connecticut, 7/6 to 8/6/21, taught by Dr. Anthony Martin and supported by CCSU Archaeology Laboratory for African & African Diaspora Studies (ALAADS). As the only African Diaspora Archaeology program in Connecticut, CCSU offers a unique opportunity to reassess the prevailing view of the past via the material culture that Africans and Descendants made and used over the past 400 years. The 2021 project focuses on the lifeways of 18th-19th c. captive African women and Windsor Historical Society offers documentary resources to complement the material record. Students learn archaeology principles and procedures to support them in field employment or further study. No prior field experience needed. The class meets Mon-Fri 9-3 onsite and may be taken for 3 or 6 credits, undergrad or grad. For details, contact Dr. Martin martina@ccsu.edu or ALAADS 860-832-2813
    PostedTuesday, June 15, 2021 at 3:53 PM
    CCSU Department of Anthropology offers a five-week Field School in Historical/African Diaspora Archaeology, July 6 to August 6, 2021, at the historic Chaffee House on Palisado Green in Windsor, Connecticut. As the only African Diaspora Archaeology program in Connecticut, CCSU’s Anthropology Department provides students with a unique opportunity to explore this field of study. The Field School will teach students to reassess the prevailing views of the past through material culture that Africans and African Descendants made, used, and discarded over the past 400 years. Students will gain experience in historical archaeology principles and procedures, which will support them in field employment or further archaeological study. No prior fieldwork experience is necessary. The course meets Monday through Friday from 9 am to 3 pm onsite. It may be taken for 3 or 6 credits at either undergrad or graduate level. For more information, contact Dr. Martin at martina@ccsu.edu.
    CCSU Department of Anthropology offers a five-week Field School in Historical/African Diaspora Archaeology, July 6 to August 6, 2021, at the historic Chaffee House on Palisado Green in Windsor, Connecticut. As the only African Diaspora Archaeology program in Connecticut, CCSU’s Anthropology Department provides students with a unique opportunity to explore this field of study. The Field School will teach students to reassess the prevailing views of the past through material culture that Africans and African Descendants made, used, and discarded over the past 400 years. Students will gain experience in historical archaeology principles and procedures, which will support them in field employment or further archaeological study. No prior fieldwork experience is necessary. The course meets Monday through Friday from 9 am to 3 pm onsite. It may be taken for 3 or 6 credits at either undergrad or graduate level. For more information, contact Dr. Martin at martina@ccsu.edu.
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