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Social Science and Public Policy

Anthropology Distinction and Honors Thesis Presentations

May 1, 2024 at 10:00am12:00pm

Eggers Hall, 032

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Please join us for a presentation of thesis research by our Distinction and Honors candidates in anthropology:

Paige Emerson, anthropology, psychology and linguistic studies
“Reservado por Privilegio Real: Power, Labor, and Disability in the Guatemalan Padrones (1718-1756)”

Maggie Parker, anthropology, biology and forensic science
“Miners, Mothers, or Medicine Women? An Analysis of the Significance and Origin of Clay Pipe Remains at the Gratiots Grove Site.”

Anna Terzaghi, anthropology and international relations
“Myth, Memorial, and the Making of a Nation: The ANZAC Legend in Australian Culture.”

Riley Turner, anthropology and psychology
“A Friend for Life: Examining how Transitional Objects are Given Meaning.”

Ciara Young, anthropology, linguistic studies and international relations
“The Silent Few: An Ethnographic Study of Gender Perceptions and Relations in the Local Esports Community.”

This event was published on April 23, 2024.

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