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Anthropology in the news - Spring 2018

March 18, 2018

Department of Anthropology in the news recently:

Einaudi Center to provide research help to doctoral students, Cornell Chronicle, Hirokazu Miyazaki

Alumna explores Colonialism in Puerto Rico in aftermath of Maria, A&S Communications, Rosa Ficek ’03

New York City events honor Triangle fire victims, focus on new activists, Cornell Chronicle, Jonathan Aaron Boyarin

Hundreds of skulls discovered in South America show widespread practice of infant head shaping, Newsweek, Matthew Velasco

Einaudi Center, Keio University join forces on cyber research, Cornell Chronicle, Hirokazu Miyazaki

Infant skull binding shaped identity, inequality in ancient Andes, A&S Communications, Science News, Futurity and several other media outlets, Matthew Velasco

China's goal: Scare us into submission (Swedish), Aftonbladet, Magnus Fiskesjö

China detained bookseller Gui Minhai ‘to stop him from telling his story’, South China Morning Post, Magnus Fiskesjö

Inaugural Presidential Postdoctoral Fellows selected, Cornell Chronicle, Annelise Riles, Jessica Cooper

Annelise Riles receives lifetime achievement award, A&S Communications, Annelise Riles

Cornell community shares advice, warm hats with new Puerto Rican students , A&S Communications, Vilma Santiago-Irizarry

ISS grants jump-start new social science research, Cornell Chronicle, Matthew Velasco, Magnus Fiskesjö

The ghosts of Adichanallur, The Hindu Online, Kenneth Kennedy-former professor of physical anthropology at Cornell

NYC collaboration continues with two Jewish Studies events, A&S Communications, Jonathan Aaron Boyarin

Edited volume explores the 'Economy of Hope', A&S Communications, Hirokazu Miyazaki, Annelise Riles

Anthropology class explores forensics in New York City visit, A&S Communications, Matthew Velasco

Grants fund 22 Cornell teams, community partners, Cornell Chronicle, Kathryn March, José Armando Fernández Guerrero ’18

Donald Trump skips East Asia Summit on final day of 12-day tour, The Guardian, Annelise Riles

China gained the most from Trump's Asia visit: Experts, The Straits Times Online, Annelise Riles

Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide Was Shaped by Hate-Mongering Facebook Memes, Cornell Profs Say, Cornell Daily Sun, Magnus Fiskesjö, Emily Hong

Trump's Asia trip is a risky obstacle course due to red lines he himself has drawn, USA Today, Annelise Riles

Faculty weigh in on ‘Tyranny’ book at community read, Cornell Chronicle, Jonathan Aaron Boyarin

Students Debate Puerto Rico’s Relationship with United States, Cornell Daily Sun, Vilma Santiago-Irizarry

“Toward a New Asylum Regime in Turkey?” Movements: Journal for Critical Migration and Border Regime Studies. Volume 3, Issue 2, 2017, Elif Sari

Sangren Named Hu Shih Distinguished Lecturer , Department of Anthropology, P. Steven Sangren

 

 

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