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  • Richlin, Johanna | Department of Anthropology
    Johanna Grad Status Third Year Cohort After receiving her undergraduate degree in the College of Social Studies from Wesleyan University Johanna earned a Masters in Theological Studies at Harvard Divinity School At Stanford Johanna intends to study narratives of chosenness among religious minorities in the Americas and to explore how these discourses reflect and respond to political realities Her other research interests include the intersection of race and religion the

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/657 (2012-11-21)
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  • Wetsel, Amanda | Department of Anthropology
    Third Year Cohort Amanda is interested in narratives of identity ethnicity gender and art and how those narratives are presented and contested in museums in Central Asia She s also interested debates over educational practices in Central Asia and the U S Amanda completed a B A in Art History at Stanford University and an M Ed in Arts and Education at Harvard Graduate School of Education She has taught

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/659 (2012-11-21)
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  • Wilcox, Timothy | Department of Anthropology
    proto historic period 1500 1750 of the Navajo or Dine an Athabaskan tribe of the Four Corners area Specifically the area in the San Juan River Valley known as Dinetah or the Navajo homeland The period is characterized proliferation Navajo material culture in the Dinetah region Prior to this period the distinctions between Navajo and Apache tribes both Athabaskan speaking tribes were less distinct How did the two tribes become

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/661 (2012-11-21)
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  • Becks, Fanya | Department of Anthropology
    at the University of California Berkeley She is interested in integrating the perspectives of Native American Studies into her Archaeological research Research interests most pertinent to Fanya include Native American Heritage and Archaeology the formation and legitimization of identity intellectual property issues of indigenous peoples and the uses of space in archaeological contexts Her undergraduate research has centered on shell bead and lithic production at Coast Miwok and Muwekma Ohlone

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/907 (2012-11-21)
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  • Beggs, Emily | Department of Anthropology
    Status Second Year Cohort I am interested in the interface of nutrition behavior and environment My ethnographic and ecological interests include sustainable resource harvest food sovereignty and linked social and ecological systems in the Americas I plan to work with Pehuenche communities of South Central Chile to study the annual harvest of Araucaria seeds a major food resource among rural populations I seek to understand how the availability of wild

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/909 (2012-11-21)
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  • Brown, Madeline | Department of Anthropology
    research focuses on the intersections between human societies and the botanical world I am interested in how plants symbolically and practically influence cultural practices as well as in the construction and transmission of ethnoecological and agricultural knowledge At Stanford I intend to examine how corporate cultural and scientific discourses influence agricultural practices and the exploitation of natural resources I graduated from Brown University in 2010 with a B A in

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/911 (2012-11-21)
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  • Bykowski, Melissa | Department of Anthropology
    Bykowski Melissa Grad Status Second Year Cohort Previously I attended the University of Chicago where I received my BA in Cultural Anthropology I am currently interested in the dialectical formation between technology and personhood I intend to research how the utilization of technological devices in habitual and concrete practice work as technologies of subjectification Specifically I am concerned with questions of the embodied self and how technology makes assertions that

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/913 (2012-11-21)
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  • Deloney, Marguerite | Department of Anthropology
    trace the development of present day identities held by descendant multi ethnic communities emerging from violent colonial legacies particularly in the Caribbean mainland of Latin America She hopes to investigate questions like how can the individual and group identities of people forcibly brought together in colonial contexts be extricated through archaeology and how would a recognition of those identities aid us in understanding how present peoples acknowledge and interact with

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/915 (2012-11-21)
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