Tag: Anthropology


Grant Arndt publishes research in Current Anthropology

Grant Arndt, associate professor of anthropology, recently published a research article “The Indian’s White Man: Indigenous Knowledge, Mutual Understanding, and the Politics of Indigenous Reason.” The article was published in the latest issue of Current Anthropology. Established more than sixty years ago, Current Anthropology is the leading broad-based journal in the field. It seeks to … Continue reading Grant Arndt publishes research in Current Anthropology

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Improving lives through health

Courtney Schill (’21 anthropology, biology) found inspiration for her future public health career in an unlikely place – an ancient Mexican burial site.


Gish Hill receives NCR-SARE grant

Christina Gish Hill, associate professor in the Department of World Languages and Cultures, was recently selected to receive a $200,000 grant from the North Central Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program (NCR-SARE) for the project, “Reuniting the Three Sisters: Native American Intercropping and Soil Health.” “This project explores three sisters intercropping (3SI) in Native … Continue reading Gish Hill receives NCR-SARE grant