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Professor Leah Lowthrop published in Asian Ethnology

Professor Leah Lowthrop published in Asian Ethnology, KUTIYATTAM, HERITAGE, AND THE DYNAMICS OF CULTURE Claiming India’s Place within a Global Paradigm Shift See full article here: https://asianethnology.org/articles/2254

Professor Madonna Moss Published in American Antiquity

Did Tlingit Ancestors Eat Sea Otters? Addressing Intellectual Property and Cultural Heritage through Zooarchaeology

  View Professor Moss recent April 2020 publication in American Antiquity. ...

Latino Roots II -Documentaries through Remote Teaching

Around the O article “Rich and crazy” is how Sergio B. Sanchez describes the street art he observed growing up in his Chicano community of Santa Ana, California. Sanchez is now a University of Oregon senior who aspires to use his talent to inspire at-risk youth. That in turn inspired fellow ...

Women Who Made a Difference- Professor Sandra Morgen

March, 2020 Eugene Masonic Cemetery Association eNewsletter Masonic Cemetery Operations: COVID-19 The current COVID-19 virus attack has impacted the lives and businesses of many. For current ...

Edna English Fund Award Winners

Scott Fitzpatrick will receive $2700 for his project “Archaeological Investigation of the Fort Point (35-CU-11) Site, Port Orford, Oregon Coast”. Funds will be used for lab analysis and to provide several small scholarships to assist undergraduate students who are exceptional, ...

Leah Lowthorp, a co-organizer with Center for Genetics and Society

Professor calls for caution around gene editing in human embryos

March 3, 2020 – 5:00am A University of Oregon cultural anthropologist is among a 21-member group of international researchers and public-interest advocates who have published a strong, ...

Dr. Maria Escallón receives the NEH Fellowship

 Congratulations to Professor Maria Escallón. Maria has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship to complete her book project “Excluded: Black Cultural Heritage and the Politics of Diversity in Colombia.” Congratulations, Maria!

Professor Lynn Stephen and Erin Beck received funding from the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation

Professor Lynn Stephen and Erin Beck received funding from the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation for their project titled, “Can the State Interrupt the Vicious Cycle of Gendered Violence that it Helped to Create? Evidence from Guatemala.” Congratulations on the funding!

Professor Johanna Richlin received an Oregon Humanities Center Fellowship

Professor Johanna Richlin received an Oregon Humanities Center 2020-2021 Research Faculty VPRI Completion Fellowship for her project “In the Hands of God: Evangelical Therapeutics and Migrant Faith among Brazilians in the U.S.” for Fall 2020.

Dr. Maria Escallon awarded Hunt Postdoctoral Fellowship from Wenner-Gren Foundation

Dr. Maria Escallon has accepted the Hunt Postdoctoral Fellowship award through Wenner-Gren Foundation to support the writing of her book; “Excluded: Black Cultural Heritage and the Politics of Diversity in Colombia“. If you want to learn more about her work-in-progress book, click HERE ...
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