Department of Anthropology sweeps seven Chancellor's Graduate Research Awards in 2017

Dec 01, 2017
Congratulations to the seven winners of the Chancellor's Graduate Research Award 2017. The seven graduate students to win the award are: 

Caitlyn Dye - "The Country and the Thirsty City: Climate Change and Political Practice on Cochabamba’s Urban Fringe"

Kimberly Garza - "Beyond the Bully: Peer Interactions and Stress in Early Adolescent Girls"

Kendall Hills - "State integration, intermediate elite power, and localized agency: An investigation of temple variation in the provincial territories of the Angkorian Khmer imperial landscape (9th - 15th c. CE)"

Shilpa Menon - "Being Named: Queerness and the Transgender Welfare Policy in Kerala"

Aikaterini Psimogiannou - "Investigating Regional and Temporal Variation in Social Evolutionary Processes at the End of the Neolithic and the Beginning of the Bronze Age in southern Greece (4th-3rd mil. BCE)"

William Ridge - "Demographic Nucleation and Social Change in
Prehistoric Hungary"

Kevin Suemnicht - "Assembling Ecology: Environmental Social Movements and the Materiality of the Anthropocene"

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