A Living Memorial to COVID Victims: Dr. Adam Fracchia Helps Digitize D.C. Art Installation That Symbolized Virus Deaths
Dr. Stephen A. Brighton Featured in Documentary Film on Irish Immigrant Community and Archaeology Project in Virginia
Crossing the Boundaries Between Academia and the Streets, Professor Joseph Richardson Jr. Seeks to Find a Way Out of Trauma for Young Black Men
Dr. Andrea López Awarded a Connection Grant by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada
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Dr. Thurka Sangaramoorthy Co-author on Invited Editorial Using the COVID-19 Pandemic to Reimagine Global Health Teaching in High-Income Countries.
Samantha Primiano and Anaya Krishnan's Paper Added to the Society for Cultural Anthropology's Teaching Tools
Samantha Primiano (Ph.D. Candidate) and Ananya Krishnan's ('23) paper on recreating ANTH323 using decolonizing, anti-oppressive, and online pedagogical tools has now been reviewed and added to the Society for Cultural Anthropology's Teaching Tools.
Dr. Thurka Sangaramoorthy Commentary on Intersectionality and Syndemics Published in Social Science & Medicine
This invited commentary addresses several challenges in bringing together intersectionality and syndemics. It argues that the stakes of intersectionality diverge radically from those of syndemics and how syndemics may undermine the importance of intersectionality in addressing health equity. Approximately 85% of the cited references are works by feminists of color.