Archive: Anthropology

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The College of Arts & Sciences Honors 2023 Tropaia Award Winners

The Georgetown University College of Arts & Sciences gathered in historic Gaston Hall to honor exceptional graduating seniors and outstanding faculty members at the 104th annual…

May 19, 2023

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Önder, Hamilton Receive Faculty Awards at Tropaia and Faculty of Languages and Linguistics Ceremonies

Two faculty professors were honored during the annual Tropaia and Faculty of Languages and Linguistics (FLL) Ceremonies on Saturday. Sylvia Önder was awarded the Edward B. Bunn,…

May 22, 2021

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Georgetown College Hosts Racial Justice Speaker Series to Promote Equity and Inclusion

Next week, Georgetown College will host its first event in the series “Such a Time As This”: Racial Justice and the University in order to explore how research by Georgetown…

September 24, 2020

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Georgetown Creates New Course for Students Returning from Study Abroad that Analyzes COVID-19

Georgetown University was one of a few institutions to create a new academic term specifically for students who were asked to return home from their study abroads due to COVID. …

April 9, 2020

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Linguistics Workshop Examines Social Justice, Language Diversity, and Globalization

The research training workshop focused on multilingual practices and social justice and examined the contributions of different approaches to the analysis of multilingualism…

October 30, 2019

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Fulbright-National Geographic Storytelling Fellowship Goes to Surfing College Alumna

Georgetown College alumna and expert surfer Emi Koch (C’12), who was National Geographic 2018 Adventurer of the Year, is now a Fulbright-National Geographic Digital…

September 9, 2019

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Meet Rangel Fellowship Winner Bianca Uribe

Bianca Uribe (C'18) has received a 2018 Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship, a prestigious award given to only 30 students from universities across the country. We…

November 21, 2018

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De Luna NEH Grant Unites Humanities, Archaeology

Professor Kathryn de Luna of the Department of History has received a collaborative research grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, which she and two co…

September 14, 2018

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In Anthropocene Seminar, Humanists Tackle Environmental Issues

Approaching the Anthropocene: Global Culture and Planetary Change is a series of lectures, art installations, and group discussions that critically examine the ways humans…

February 6, 2018

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Poet Delivers Inspiring Performance for Anthropology Class

Baltimore-based writer and poet Kondwani Fidel visited campus earlier this week for a spoken word poetry performance and conversation with.…

November 21, 2017