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CE): Tracing Communities of Mortuary Practice and Biological Affinity.12.5.17Rebecca Lester awarded 2017 Stirling Prize12.4.17The Construction and Chronologies of Middle Woodland-era Earthen Enclosures in the Middle Ohio Valley: A Perspective from the Central Kentucky Landscape11.30.17Cosa C'è Dietro (what’s behind): An ethnographic study of moral markets and religious labor in Milan, Italy11.30.17Cultivating Skill, Growing Knowledge: A Comparative Study of Skilling Institutions in U.S. Alternative Agriculture11.30.17Milking the Digital Herd: The Impact of Robotics and Big Data on America's Dairy Heartland 11.30.17Industrial Wilderness: Contested Understandings of Nature and the Post-Coal Future in Appalachia11.27.17Divided City/Divided Selves: Negotiating Schizophrenia under Healthcare Reform in East and West Berlin11.21.17The Perils of Resistance: Antibiotic Stewards and Biosecuritization in North American Hospitals 11.21.17Relations of Reproduction: Investigating Men, Masculinity, and Pregnancy in Dakar, Senegal11.1.17What's in a kiss?10.31.17Origins of Sinister Rumors10.30.17theSource Interview with Professor Glenn Stone on GMO Research10.24.17Funding News for Dissertation Research10.18.17Behind the Headlines: Why does St. Louis still lead the country in STDs?9.29.17Voices of Experience: Dr. Rebecca Lester9.29.17Hold That Thought – Creators and Copycats: The Business of Fashion in Guatemala9.12.17Geoff Childs receives David Hadas Teaching Award9.12.17Department of Anthropology Job Posting8.21.17Fear of the Ordinary: Muslim Turks Negotiate Men’s Moral Worth in the Franco-German Borderland6.20.17Targeted excavating leads to lost city4.20.17After the Ph.D.: Adrienne Strong4.19.17After the Ph.D.: Elyse Singer3.20.17Archaeological Fantasies and Hoaxes Or, The Nobility of Skepticism2.6.17O'Leary selected for Rabel J. 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A Five-Question Interview12.2.16Shanti Parikh honored with Emerson Teaching Award10.19.16The Dangers of Birth in Tanzania9.23.16Why We Still Fail Those with Eating Disorders9.20.16Regulating Style: Intellectual Property Law and the Business of Fashion in Guatemala9.9.16Conversations on Climate Transformations8.25.16Conceptualizing Anthropology8.25.16Islam in the West8.23.16Adrienne Strong and her path to maternal health research 8.19.16France’s ‘Burkini’ Bans Are About More Than Religion or Clothing7.25.16Oguz Alyanak: Working at a Döner Kebab Shop7.19.16Why is France the target of so many terrorist atrocities?7.6.16Elyse Singer Receives Prestigious AAUW Award 6.14.16Ramadan Diaries6.6.16Genetically modified Golden Rice falls short on lifesaving promises5.5.16Spaces of Waiting: The work of a medical anthropologist offers a window into the world of Nigerien women who live with obstetric fistula5.5.16Priscilla Song voted "Most Engaging Professor"5.3.16St. Louis non-profit helps Ethiopian women shed menstruation shame5.3.16Geoff Childs and Collaborative Ethnography in Nepal5.2.16Simple Syrup: A Food and Culture Journal4.29.16Colleen Walsh Lang awarded to continue HIV research4.29.16Graduate Students, Global Researchers4.22.16A World with Small Cereals4.21.16Kosi Onyeneho and Natalia Guzman Solano selected as Digital Editorial Fellows for PoLaR 4.19.16Lewis Wall and Dignity Period are changing the lives of Ethiopian girls4.19.16John Bowen selected as Andrew Carnegie Fellow4.6.16Glenn Stone awarded Guggenheim Fellowship3.30.16Andrew Flachs describes his research in recent National Geographic article3.25.16Recent alumnus and Medicine & Society Program participant, Scott Rempel, matched to rural medicine program3.22.16On British Islam: Religion, Law, and Everyday Practice in Shariʿa Councils3.16.16After the Ph.D.: Robert Spengler3.16.16After the Ph.D.: Paula Doumani Dupuy3.16.16After the Ph.D.: Andrew Flachs3.15.16After the Ph.D.: Alison Heller3.7.16John Bowen receives Dr. Jean Mayer Global Citizenship Award3.4.16Regulating Romance: Using Love Letters to Shine Light on Health Policy in Uganda2.26.16"I Thought You Were All Extinct?"2.15.16"Golden Rice" with Glenn Stone2.10.16"Don't go back" blog by Aaron Hames1.6.16 Allison Rawlings Named Senior VP, Corporate Communications of NBC12.30.15Graduate Students Awarded Wenner Gren Grants11.12.15Social Landscapes in a Global View students take on the story of McMillan Hall10.14.15Science and Morality: Interventions into Teen Parenting in the United States10.12.15Friendship, Love, and Hip Hop: An Ethnography of African American Men in Psychiatric Custody9.22.15Sai Hankuri9.16.20Natural Gas in the New Bolivia8.24.15Searching for Sustainable Clothing in India12.9.14Vulnerable Agents: Ugandan Children’s Experiences with HIV Rehabilitation and Reintegration9.29.14Bureaucracy, Life, and Death on the Maternity Ward of a Tanzanian Hospital 9.18.14Adrienne Strong Receives Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Funding5.2.14Video: GlobeMed in Uganda9.16.13Kedron Thomas9.10.13Cultivating Knowledge: Skilling and Constraint on Organic Farms in Andhra Pradesh, India5.10.13Love, Risk, and HIV4.1.13Labor Conflicts and the Latin American Energy Sector5.25.12Meghan Ference Awarded a Center for the Humanities Graduate Student Fellowship5.17.12Stoner Elected President of the American Sexually Transmitted Disease Association4.12.12Bowen Receives Guggenheim Fellowship3.8.12Kendzior on Digital Age Activism1.26.12Anna Jacobsen on Anthroworks' Top 40 List of Dissertations1.25.12Stone on Biopiracy12.15.11Technology Treadmill a Critical Problem for Indian Farmers5.15.11Graduate Students Receive $15,000 PEO Awards12.12.09Ugandan Potter7.30.09Language revitalization in Wales7.30.09Schooling in Post-Soviet Society5.15.09The Mayan 2012 Debate (Freidel)Quick LinksResourcesEventsOur PeopleContactAdditional information Arts & Sciences Graduate Studies in A&SCopyright 2024 by:Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. LouisFollow Us Instagram Facebook Twitter Contact Us: Department of Anthropology [email protected] Visit the main Washington University in St. Louis website1 Brookings Drive / St. Louis, MO 63130 /

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