Congratulations to Hanna Garth! Garth’s book Black Food Matters: Racial Justice in the Wake of Food Justice was named the runner up for the Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP) Eduardo Bonilla-Silva Book Award.
Professor Agustín Fuentes talks to Princeton Alumni Weekly (PAW) on the Pandemic and Human Connection. Fuentes shared his insights from his research, including the physical toll of the pandemic and the myths about human aggression that linger in our collective imaginations.
Matt Walker of BadCredit.org spoke to Fred Wherry of Dignity + Debt about the mission of the Dignity + Debt Network and the strength of having partners at Princeton.
Ph.D. student Elizabeth Durham published an op-ed in Anthropology News. Durham writes on Ohio's Vax-A-Million lottery, "What's So Funny about Ohio's Vaccine Lottery?" Jokes about Vax-a-Million have been near-ubiquitous in Ohio. How are its residents using this humor with and against each other, and to what communal end?
The Brazil LAB initiative (Luso-Afro-Brazilian Studies), headed by Professor João Biehl, has been renewed by the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) for...
Professor Carolyn Rouse was recently interviewed by Lisa Deaderick of The San Diego Union-Tribune. In the interview, Carolyn discusses critical race theory, the legislation being drafted and passed in opposition to it, and the utility of this academic framework in and out of public school settings.
Anthropologist J. Brent Crosson, University of Texas at Austin, recently interviewed Professor Lauren Coyle Rosen on her book, Fires of Gold: Law, Spirit, and Sacrificial Labor in...
Professor Agustín Fuentes published an article in Science, “‘The Descent of Man,’ 150 years on.” Fuentes writes about Charles Darwin and states how Darwin had “injurious and unfounded prejudices that warped his view of data and experience.”