Thursday Oct. 24th in CNS 115 at 7pm.
Anthropology majors will present on fieldwork and study abroad experiences in South Africa (SIT), Ireland (IES) and China (SIT). Students will also present their summer fieldwork and research on forensic anthropology in Washington, D.C. , and archaeological excavations in the Cayuga Lake region.
Jason MacDermott “The Cultural Geography of Dublin”
Alexandra Jiggetts-O'Neil & Kayla Sewell “Challenging Dominant Narratives: The 2013 TC3-IC Archaeological Field School”
Karamvir Bhatti “Authenticity of Zulu Branding in Tourist Venues”
Kelin Daugherty "A Cross-Cultural Perspective of Wildlife Conservation and Human-Animal Relationships in Cape Town, South Africa"
Marcy Weber "Nutritional Deficiencies Among W. Montague Cobb Individuals: Patterning, Frequency, and Osteobiographical Analysis.”
Matthew Q. Brooks “Cultural Boundaries and Bridges: Insights from SIT China”
All are welcome to attend. Refreshments will be served. Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Brooke Hansen, Chair, Anthropology Department. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.
For information contact Brooke Hansen, firstname.lastname@example.org or 607-274-1735