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La Batea

May 13, 2019

La Batea won first place in the category of Best Photography Book from an organization called POY Latam (Pictures of the Year Latin America)

 

Comedy in archive in library

April 12, 2019

In Michael Prentice's fall course, “Language in American Life,” the class explored a range of topics focusing on linguistic authority, from playground politics to law school lectures, from monoglot standards to media neutrality. For the students’ mid-term essay, Professor Prentice wanted them to think through some new empirical material. Read more about Comedy in the Archives on the Society for Linguistic Anthropology website.

 

A book cover with silhouettes of people being active with the title Successful Aging as a Contemporary Obsession

Successful Aging as a Contemporary Obsession was reviewed by the Anthropology News! Edited by Sarah Lamb, the book is a timely, thought-provoking collection of sociological and anthropological studies that critically tackles the neoliberal, Global North paradigm of healthy-active-successful aging

Black flowers next to the words Recall This Book

Elizabeth Ferry (Anthropology) and John Plotz (English) launch interdisciplinary podcast. Recall this Book is a podcast that explores contemporary issues by looking at books that shaped the world we inherited

 

Anthropology professor Sarah Lamb reviews research notes with Gianna Petrillo

Anthropology professor Sarah Lamb (left) reviews research notes with Gianna Petrillo '19.

Jonathan Anjaria stands in front of a chalkboard, teaching

Jonathan Anjaria

A car kicks up dust while group of people look on in Saudi Arabia

Photo Credit: The National