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    PostedThursday, August 11, 2022 at 7:28 PM
    With Fulbright Awards, Faculty Seek New Knowledge Around the World - UVM archeologist and professor of anthropology Deborah Blom is an active researcher at Tiwanaku, undertaking laboratory work and excavations in collaboration with Bolivian scholars, leaders, and other local stakeholders over the past 25 years. Through a Fulbright US Scholars award, Blom will return to Tiwanaku three times over the next three years, starting with a trip this fall.
    With Fulbright Awards, Faculty Seek New Knowledge Around the World - UVM archeologist and professor of anthropology Deborah Blom is an active researcher at Tiwanaku, undertaking laboratory work and excavations in collaboration with Bolivian scholars, leaders, and other local stakeholders over the past 25 years. Through a Fulbright US Scholars award, Blom will return to Tiwanaku three times over the next three years, starting with a trip this fall.
    PostedTuesday, August 2, 2022 at 11:32 AM
    We are pleased to welcome Dr. Jacob Skousen to the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Dr. Skousen is a North American archaeologist who works primarily in Illinois. His research focuses on understanding the role of pilgrimage and other forms of human travel in the creation of cities, religion, place, identity, and memory. He is also interested in social identities, how they are created, and their impact on past and present groups. Geographically, his research is on the precontact period, with an emphasis on the ancient city of Cahokia.
    We are pleased to welcome Dr. Jacob Skousen to the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Dr. Skousen is a North American archaeologist who works primarily in Illinois. His research focuses on understanding the role of pilgrimage and other forms of human travel in the creation of cities, religion, place, identity, and memory. He is also interested in social identities, how they are created, and their impact on past and present groups. Geographically, his research is on the precontact period, with an emphasis on the ancient city of Cahokia.
    PostedFriday, August 12, 2022 at 12:01 PM
    Vermont Reads 2022: The Most Costly Journey (El Viaje Más Caro), Much work on Vermont dairy farms is done by people from Latin America who milk cows and tend calves. The VT Reads 2022 choice, The Most Costly Journey tells stories of 19 workers in their own words. Illustrated by New England cartoonists the idea began at The Open Door Clinic/Middlebury. Half the clinic’s patients are agricultural immigrant workers who stay close to the farms for fear of deportation & lack of transportation. Nurse Julia Doucet imagined Spanish-language comics that are enjoyed by people of all ages and literacy levels in Latin America. Julia, staff & volunteers, UVM Dept of Anthropology faculty and UVM Extension’s Bridges to Health Program collected the workers stories. Vermont Folklife Center connected cartoonists including - Tillie Walden, Glynnis Fawkes, and Marek Bennett and UVM Humanities Center and VT Community Foundation funded English translations with a foreword by VT novelist Julia Alvarez.
    Vermont Reads 2022: The Most Costly Journey (El Viaje Más Caro), Much work on Vermont dairy farms is done by people from Latin America who milk cows and tend calves. The VT Reads 2022 choice, The Most Costly Journey tells stories of 19 workers in their own words. Illustrated by New England cartoonists the idea began at The Open Door Clinic/Middlebury. Half the clinic’s patients are agricultural immigrant workers who stay close to the farms for fear of deportation & lack of transportation. Nurse Julia Doucet imagined Spanish-language comics that are enjoyed by people of all ages and literacy levels in Latin America. Julia, staff & volunteers, UVM Dept of Anthropology faculty and UVM Extension’s Bridges to Health Program collected the workers stories. Vermont Folklife Center connected cartoonists including - Tillie Walden, Glynnis Fawkes, and Marek Bennett and UVM Humanities Center and VT Community Foundation funded English translations with a foreword by VT novelist Julia Alvarez.
    PostedFriday, August 12, 2022 at 1:52 PM
    UVM Anthropology Fulbright Scholars Deborah Blom and Jeanne Shea, Seek Knowledge Around the World- this prestigious award launches new research, cross-cultural and informal diplomacy, & friendship. Jeanne Shea thinks Taiwan has some things to teach Vermont about caring for old people—and vice versa. At the Institute of Gerontology, National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) in Tainan, Taiwan, Shea will conduct research on Taiwan’s social policies for the elderly and their caregivers. Archeologist Deborah Blom has active research at Tiwanaku, Bolivia with Bolivian scholars, and local stakeholders for 25+ yrs. Blom says, “archeology for me is not just about digging. It's about working with multitudes of individuals, with diverse perspectives, to learn about the past together.” Recognizing the complexity, pain, and ambiguity of many anthropological questions is not a barrier to insight for her, but rather is the necessary starting point for authentic and mutual discoveries.
    UVM Anthropology Fulbright Scholars Deborah Blom and Jeanne Shea, Seek Knowledge Around the World- this prestigious award launches new research, cross-cultural and informal diplomacy, & friendship. Jeanne Shea thinks Taiwan has some things to teach Vermont about caring for old people—and vice versa. At the Institute of Gerontology, National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) in Tainan, Taiwan, Shea will conduct research on Taiwan’s social policies for the elderly and their caregivers. Archeologist Deborah Blom has active research at Tiwanaku, Bolivia with Bolivian scholars, and local stakeholders for 25+ yrs. Blom says, “archeology for me is not just about digging. It's about working with multitudes of individuals, with diverse perspectives, to learn about the past together.” Recognizing the complexity, pain, and ambiguity of many anthropological questions is not a barrier to insight for her, but rather is the necessary starting point for authentic and mutual discoveries.
    PostedWednesday, February 16, 2022 at 4:39 PM
    The Religion, Spirituality, and Democratic Renewal Fellowship of the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), with the support of the Fetzer Institute, invites proposals for research at the intersection of religion, spirituality, and democracy in the United States. The fellowships offer research support of up to 12 months to PhD students who have advanced to candidacy and to postdoctoral researchers within five years of their PhD. We welcome proposals on all aspects of religion and spirituality in its relation to democracy from across all fields in the social sciences, humanities, and theology. We are pleased to be collaborating with the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) to support fellows’ research with access to their extensive survey data on these topics, as well as working with fellows to gain access to other data sources. Applications are due April 14, 2022. https://www.ssrc.org/programs/religion-and-the-public-sphere/religion-spirituality-and-democratic-renewal-fellowship/
    The Religion, Spirituality, and Democratic Renewal Fellowship of the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), with the support of the Fetzer Institute, invites proposals for research at the intersection of religion, spirituality, and democracy in the United States. The fellowships offer research support of up to 12 months to PhD students who have advanced to candidacy and to postdoctoral researchers within five years of their PhD. We welcome proposals on all aspects of religion and spirituality in its relation to democracy from across all fields in the social sciences, humanities, and theology. We are pleased to be collaborating with the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) to support fellows’ research with access to their extensive survey data on these topics, as well as working with fellows to gain access to other data sources. Applications are due April 14, 2022. https://www.ssrc.org/programs/religion-and-the-public-sphere/religion-spirituality-and-democratic-renewal-fellowship/
    PostedWednesday, February 10, 2021 at 11:42 AM
    The Religion, Spirituality, and Democratic Renewal (RSDR) Fellowship of the Social Science Research Council's Religion and the Public Sphere Program, with the support of the Fetzer Institute, aims to bring knowledge of the place of religion and spirituality into scholarly and public conversations about renewing democracy in the United States. These fellowships offer research support over a period of up to 12 months to doctoral students who have advanced to candidacy and to postdoctoral researchers within five years of their PhD. We welcome proposals on all aspects and dimensions of religion and spirituality in its relation to democracy from across all fields in the social sciences, humanities, and theology. Applications are due April 6, 2021. More information on the fellowship, eligibility, and application process is available on the Program’s website: https://www.ssrc.org/fellowships/view/religion-spirituality-and-democratic-renewal-fellowship/.
    
    Religion, Spirituality, and Democratic Renewal Fellowship | Social Science Research Council (SSRC) | Brooklyn, NY, USA
    Now accepting applications. Deadline: Apr. 6, 2021
    www.ssrc.org
    The Religion, Spirituality, and Democratic Renewal (RSDR) Fellowship of the Social Science Research Council's Religion and the Public Sphere Program, with the support of the Fetzer Institute, aims to bring knowledge of the place of religion and spirituality into scholarly and public conversations about renewing democracy in the United States. These fellowships offer research support over a period of up to 12 months to doctoral students who have advanced to candidacy and to postdoctoral researchers within five years of their PhD. We welcome proposals on all aspects and dimensions of religion and spirituality in its relation to democracy from across all fields in the social sciences, humanities, and theology. Applications are due April 6, 2021. More information on the fellowship, eligibility, and application process is available on the Program’s website: https://www.ssrc.org/fellowships/view/religion-spirituality-and-democratic-renewal-fellowship/.
    
    Religion, Spirituality, and Democratic Renewal Fellowship | Social Science Research Council (SSRC) | Brooklyn, NY, USA
    Now accepting applications. Deadline: Apr. 6, 2021
    www.ssrc.org
    PostedWednesday, November 3, 2021 at 12:15 PM

    The Ecuador Virtual Ethnographic Field School is now accepting applications for the coming semester. To learn more, attend a Zoom presentation THIS FRIDAY AFTERNOON. Register for the presentation here: https://t.co/Tqa3NQbP09?amp=1.

    The Ecuador Virtual Ethnographic Field School is now accepting applications for the coming semester. To learn more, attend a Zoom presentation THIS FRIDAY AFTERNOON. Register for the presentation here: https://t.co/Tqa3NQbP09?amp=1.

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