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If you have questions about any of our Anthropology courses (enrollment, waitlist, instructor, course syllabus from courses you've taken or other questions), please contact Mrs. Le-Thu Erazmus Campbell, ANTH Office Manager | Scheduling & Undergraduate Officer.
Good News and Recent Publications:
Chris Barrett (BIOL-ANTH doctoral candidate) – received KU's Doctoral Student Research Fund for the maximum award of $1,500 to radiocarbon date several individuals.
Professor Arienne Dwyer is a co-investigator (a collaboration with the Kyrgyz Acad. Sci.) has been funded: Early Modern Kyrgyz Oral-derived Narrative Sources (EMKONS). Prior, Daniel (PI); Jipar Duishembieva and Arienne M. Dwyer (co-Is). US National Endowment for the Humanities, 2021-2023.
Professor Majid Hannoum – publication of two books: One in 2020 and one in 2021. Living Tangier: Migration, Race, and Illegality in a Moroccan City. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2020. The Invention of the Maghreb: Between Africa and the Middle East. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021.
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