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Anthropology in the news - Fall 2017

November 6, 2017

Department of Anthropology in the news recently:

Faculty weigh in on ‘Tyranny’ book at community read, Cornell Chronicle, Jonathan 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, Elif Sari

A Belzer Shtibl Boxed Set. Tablet Magazine, Jonathan Boyarin

Fabric First Profile, The Laundress,  Denise Green

Death and succession among Finland’s nuclear waste experts, Physics Today, Vincent Ialenti

The art of ignoring genocide, Asian Correspondent, Magnus Fiskesjö 

Alumni Launch App Featuring ‘Largest Collection of Events On and Off Campus, The Cornell Daily Sun, Kai Keane ’14 

The Return of the Show Trial: China’s Televised “Confessions”. Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, Magnus Fiskesjö  

Mass expulsion of refugees from Myanmar cause concern around the world, Cornell Media Relations, Magnus Fiskesjö 

Runway show, auction to support historic costume collection, Cornell Chronicle, Denise Green

How Hobby Lobby damaged history, CNN, Sturt Manning

Why some companies rally to help in a disaster, Houston Chronicle, Marina Welker

Japanese doll exchanges offer lessons on peace, understanding , Democrat and Chronicle, Hiro Miyazaki

Armenian girls uncover the past in archaeology camp, The Armenian Weekly, Lori Khatchadourian and Adam T. Smith

David Holmberg takes over as Fulbright adviser , Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, David Holmberg

Ethnocinema at the Echo Park Film Center,Artillery Magazine, Emily Hong and Mariangela Mihai

The Native Archaeology of the Finger Lakes, Cornell Research, Kurt Jordan 

Seven first-generation graduates join Teach For America, Cornell Chronicle, Travis Ghirdharie ’17,

18th-century library map details Seneca and Cayuga villages, Cornell Chronicle, Kurt Jordan

Cornell's leadership in Himalayan studies celebrated, Cornell Chronicle, David Holmberg and Kathryn March

Working group: Give citizens say in nuclear accident plans, Cornell Chronicle, Annelise Riles 

Alumna Update: Sabia McCoy-Torres '15 , Cornell Anthropology, Sabia McCoy-Torres

Class gathers oral histories of Caribbean residents in Brooklyn, Cornell Chronicle, Oneka LaBennett

Anthropologist explores toxicity and healing in East Africa, Cornell Chronicle, Stacey Langwick

Additional articles are available on the Department of Anthropology website.