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Dr. Karim speaks at Colgate University

Dr. Karim speaks at Colgate University on After Death The Gendered Dynamics of Work in Bangladesh.  This talk centers around the corpse of a garment worker in the early 2000s to reveal the human dimensions of work in the lives of garment workers. Through the singular case of what happens to a ...

Gallagher and Dueppen Discuss Plague Project in Science!

Our very own Daphne Gallagher and Stephen Dueppen quoted in an article in Science yesterday about their research investigating archaeological evidence of plague in medieval sub-Saharan Africa. Read more about their research below! The link is provided here,    Congratulations on the press ...

Dr. Lamia Karim awarded a CSWS Faculty Research Grant

Congratulations to Dr. Lamia Karim who has been awarded a CSWS Faculty Research Grant in the amount of $6,000 in support of your research for academic year 2019-20.  

ANTH 199 Pseudoarchaeology students recreate Nazca lines in the quad

In the Anth 199: Pseudoarchaeology class, Dr. Alison Carter and students recreated a Nazca geoglyph of a hummingbird on the Condon quad. As part of the course, students learned about pseudoscientific theories about the creation of the Nazca lines, including theories that the Nazca people could not ...

Dr. Maria Escallón received the 2019-2020 faculty research and teaching fellowship

The Oregon Humanities Center has announced the recipients of its 2019-20 faculty research and teaching fellowships. The program is meant to support University of Oregon faculty members in producing research and developing courses in the humanities. Recipients of a faculty research fellowship get a ...

Dr. Alison Carter lands spot on the Top 10 Earthwatch Projects for 2018

9. Unearthing the Ancient Secrets of Angkor in Cambodia

The Angkorian Empire was home to the world’s largest pre-industrial city, but a series of droughts and monsoon-floods pushed the city’s intricate water management network beyond its limits. However, the region was never completely ...

Dr. Ana Lara, Recipient of the 2019 Oregon Literary Fellowship

Dr. Ana Lara is one of the recipients of the 2019 Oregon Literary Fellowship. Oregon Literary Fellowships are intended to help Oregon writers initiate, develop or complete literary projects in poetry, fiction, literary nonfiction, drama and young readers literature. Writers in the early stages of ...

Dr. Lamia Karim featured in New Yorker and Financial Times of London

Dr. Lamia Karim has been featured in both the New Yorker and Financial Times of London.   The New Yorker article can be found below:  “The feminist scholars Ananya Roy and Lamia Karim have similarly demonstrated that popular microfinance programs, such as Grameen Bank, often have adverse ...

Dr. White’s “Sex Class” featured in the Daily Emerald

Dr. Frances White teaches ANTH 173: Evolution of Human Sexuality, also known as the “sex class,” each Winter term. The class is very popular and has been featured in the Daily Emerald. To view the rest of the article, visit: https://www.dailyemerald.com    

Dr. Karim speaks at Pitzer College on Oct 30th

Dr. Lamia Karim is speaking at Pitzer College on “After Death: The Gendered Dynamics of Work in Bangledesh”. https://www.pitzer.edu/event/talk-after-death-the-gendered-dynamics-of-work-in-bangladesh/     ...
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