“How the cow evolved to beat cancer malignancy, and how humans can learn from it”
"A Helping-Hand from Applied Anthropology: The Qualitative Side to Cancer Research" by Ann Louise Tezak, MA, MPH
Students will be practicing their AAA talks.
Ashley Stewart will be presenting her dissertation defense, titled "Reflections of Life in Death: An Investigation of Social Biographies at the Perry site (1LU25)."
Dr. Shelton's research is interview- and focus group-based and often incorporates queer and feminist theories into examinations of secondary education. Current research projects include considering teachers' understandings of LGBTQ+ ally identity and ally work in sociopolitically conservative school spaces, expressions and formations of early-career teacher identities in longitudinal research, teachers understandings and enactments of "social
Please come to hear a bit about what we’ve been doing all semester in Ethnography of Communication!
Prof. Tanya Luhrmann (Stanford University) makes the argument that the way people think about their minds shapes the way they come to know God. She does this by looking at the kinds of people who have more vivid spiritual experiences (they are more likely to get absorbed in their inner worlds), the way prayers train