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Stanford campus archaeologist Laura Jones, who earned a master's degree (1985) and a doctorate (1991) in material culture and applied anthropology studies at Stanford University, is one of this year's Amy J. Blue Award...
Kabir Tambar’s new book examines debates about the politics of pluralism in Turkey. The book focuses on Turkey’s Alevi community in order to unpack wider contemporary debates about the political pasts and futures of...
Alexa Hagerty, an Anthropology 3rd year PhD student, was recently selected as the winner of the 2014 Elsie Clews Parsons Prize from the American Ethnological Society (AES). Her paper, titled "Speak Softly to the Dead:...
Tanya Luhrmann, the Howard H. and Jesse T. Watkins University Professor, has been awarded the Grawemeyer Award in Religion from the University of Louisville for the ideas set forth in her 2012 book, “When God Talks Back...
Dr. Krish Seetah, an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology, sought to make his ANTHRO 119 course, Zooarchaeology: An Introduction to Faunal Remains, more engaging for students. Inspired by his personal...
Jain’s new book, Malignant: How Cancer Becomes Us (University of California Press, 2013), aims to better understand American life and culture through cancer. Nearly half of all Americans will be diagnosed in their...
Department of Anthropology Chair and Professor James Ferguson recently published two articles on social and political anthropology in South Africa. The first article, titled How to Do Things with Land: A Distributive...
Congratulations to Anthropology Lecturer Kathleen Coll, who has been selected as a winner to Stanford's 2013 Phi Beta Kappa Teaching Prize. The award will be presented on Friday evening, June 14th, at the Bing...

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