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Alumni Highlights

Shikha Uberoi Bajpai ’13

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Anthropology is not simply a field of study, it’s a style of perceiving the world around us. I use the values, skill sets and perspectives of Anthropology on a daily basis in my work.

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Ethnographic Studies Certificate Program

Providing training in ethnographic methods and field research to undergraduates in concentrations outside Anthropology. Students in all divisions are welcome (Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences and Engineering).

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Ethnographic Data Visualization

Dedicated to advancing innovation in ethnography for the 21st century. The VizE Lab is a hybrid online-offline platform and hub for researchers interested in curating digital data and creating audio-visual materials for ethnography, such as data visualizations, documentary films and interactive websites.

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Center on Transnational Policing

The CTP will bring together Princeton scholars and students to understand policing in the U.S. and internationally. As the hub of a wider social scientific research network, the Center’s mission will be to explore policing from a transnational approach. Coming in academic year 2017-2018.

News

Monday, Mar 5, 2018
Anthropological Quarterly commemorates the work of Professor Emeritus James A. Boon with a special collection of writings, “Reciprocal Radicalizing: Commemorating the Work of James A. Boon.” Professor Boon’s former student, Alexander Dent, along with Ian Whitemarsh, organized this commemoration to Boon.
Thursday, Mar 1, 2018
Author James Peacock reflects on three images or themes from his former student, Professor Emeritus James Boon. Peacock expands on his interpretation of these images, drawing on memory and connections to other themes in the field. Anthropological Quarterly, Volume 90, Number 4, Fall 2017, pp.1175-1187 (Article)
Wednesday, Oct 25, 2017
In the summer of 2017, fifteen Princeton undergrads gathered in Berlin for the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies Global Seminar on xenophilia and xenophobia, taught by Anthropology Professor John Borneman. This text is the product of their experiences.

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