The annual Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni (APGA) Teaching Awards are sponsored by graduate alumni and are selected by the Graduate School administration.http://www.princeton.edu/main/news/archive/S30/65/11K17/
Thursday, May 12, 2011
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Over the next year, senior Lisa Tom will combine her two academic passions at Princeton anthropology and creative writing by transforming fieldwork into fiction.
Gaby Wilkerson-Melnick '12, an anthropology major, among the first selected for the inaugural Dalai Lama fellowship
Monday, Apr 11, 2011
Monday, Jan 24, 2011
Mann's sense of wonder about human origins and his bond with all animal species — living and extinct — have endeared him to students and colleagues for more than 40 years.
Prof. Alan Mann announces the discovery during the 2010 summer course ANT 315 Modern Human Origins at Les Pradelles of a piece of Neandertal femur
Wednesday, Sep 15, 2010
Like other Neandertal finds, it shows the deep marks left by sharp-edged stone tools, evidence of some sort of butchery, but whether it was for consumption or for some ritual purpose we have yet to discover.http://www.princeton.edu/anthropology/courses/ANT-315/
Visiting associate professor Janet Monge joins forensics team in examination of mass grave of Irish immigrants
Tuesday, Aug 24, 2010
Prof. Carolyn Rouse in feature article: "Targeting inequality: Rouse aims for social justice in study of medicine, education"
Thursday, Jun 17, 2010
Rouse takes a wide-ranging approach to studying the production of inequality and why people accept the systems that uphold it. She focuses on four areas that undergird much of society: medicine, religion, education and development.
Tuesday, Jun 8, 2010
Abdellah Hammoudi, on his appointment during his sabbatical leave as Rajni Kothari Chair in Democracy at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi; Erin Fitz-Henry on her tenure track position at the University of Melbourne;
João Biehl's book "Will to Live: AIDS Therapies and the Politics of Survival" wins the Wellcome Medal for Anthropology as Applied to Medical Problems
Thursday, Feb 18, 2010
Congratulations to Josh Franklin '11 and Alyse Wheelock '11 for being selected as 2009 Adel Mahmoud Global Health Scholars
Tuesday, Dec 15, 2009