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  • Shakhsari, Sima | Department of Anthropology
    Peer Advisors Admissions People Faculty and Affiliates Post Doctoral Graduate Students Staff Events Colloquia Brown Bags Other Events Department Calendar Courses Graduation News Publications Forms Documents Contact Shakhsari Sima Sima completed undergrad and graduate studies at San Francisco State University in Physiology and Women Studies Her multi sited research among the Iranian immigrant communities in Washington D C and Toronto explores the capacity of Farsi blogging in the construction of

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/273 (2012-11-21)
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  • Sweis, Rania K. | Department of Anthropology
    North Africa and the anthropology of religion and secularism Her dissertation entitled Coming of Age in a Global Egypt the cultural politics of transnational humanitarianism childhood and youth traces the politics and ethics of European and American based interventions into rural and urban poor areas of Egypt and explores the making of young humanitarian subjects Based on her long standing theoretical engagement with gender and transnational processes she has also

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/275 (2012-11-21)
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  • Turner, Katie Michaela | Department of Anthropology
    and am staying on for another year to complete an M A in Anthropology I am conducting my thesis research on a comparison of faunal remains from CA SCL 464 and CA SMA 204 two sites located in the Stanford area As an undergrad I focused my studies on osteology as well as the archaeology of ancient Central and South American cultures and am looking forward to getting more hands

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/289 (2012-11-21)
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  • Williams, Erica | Department of Anthropology
    Bags Other Events Department Calendar Courses Graduation News Publications Forms Documents Contact Williams Erica Erica Lorraine Williams a Fayetteville North Carolina native earned her B A in Cultural Anthropology and Africana Studies from New York University She is interested in global feminisms race gender sexuality transnationalism and the African Diaspora She spent the 2006 2007 academic year conducting dissertation fieldwork on the sexual and cultural politics of tourism in Salvador

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/279 (2012-11-21)
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  • 2009 Anthropology Commencement | Department of Anthropology
    Graduate Forms Research Undergraduate Program About Declaring Research Opportunities Forms Documents Courses Peer Advisors Admissions People Faculty and Affiliates Post Doctoral Graduate Students Staff Events Colloquia Brown Bags Other Events Department Calendar Courses Graduation News Publications Forms Documents Contact 2009

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/437 (2012-11-21)
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  • Recently Graduated Master and PhD Students (2009-2010) | Department of Anthropology
    Graduation News Publications Forms Documents Contact Recently Graduated Master and PhD Students 2009 2010 Master of Arts Anthropology Ekua A Arhin Madeleine Amelia Priya Douglas Christopher Grant Sara Ann Rutherford quach joseph Metters Segar Monica Elizabeth Sergott Katherine Michaela Turner Master of Arts Cultural and Social Anthropology Maria Trinidad Rico Sima Shakhsari Doctor of Philosophy Anthropology Brodie David Ferguson Serena Helen Love Tiffany Michelle Romain Dante Alejandro Angelo Zelada Doctor

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/anthropology/cgi-bin/web/?q=node/187 (2012-11-21)
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  • Freshman Advising | Undergraduate Academic Life
    your sophomore year after which you will be advised by a faculty member in your chosen department Academic Director Every freshman has an Academic Director AD a Ph D level full time professional UAR advisor whose office is in the residential complex ADs focus on the freshmen in their residence and the sophomores living nearby and they assist with both routine and complex matters pertaining to academic requirements and policies course selection investigating majors research fellowships and post graduate study Your Academic Director will be available to correspond with you online or by phone from mid August until you arrive for NSO should you have questions During NSO you will attend a session presented by your Academic Director on Wednesday afternoon and you will have additional opportunities to talk with your Academic Director in your residence on Thursday and Friday Varsity athletes are served by UAR advisors whose offices are located in the Athletic Academic Resources Center AARC located in the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation The Academic Advisors for Student Athletes are uniquely qualified and trained to evaluate student athletes academic eligibility requirements An additional set of advisors in UAR are located on the first floor of Sweet Hall These advisors are available during daily drop in hours or by appointment in the event that your Pre Major Advisor or Academic Director is unavailable or if you seek specialized advice regarding pre professional interests e g pre law pre health pre business Back to Top Meeting Your Freshman Advisors Your Academic Director or Academic Advisor for Student Athletes will contact you via email on Monday August 13 to invite you to ask any questions that you might have about your academic plans prior to your arrival Your Academic Director or Academic Advisor for Student Athletes will also be

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  • On-Campus and Local Shopping | Undergraduate Academic Life
    Tresidder Express Located on the first floor of Tresidder Memorial Union this convenience store offers basic toiletries in addition to a wide range of snacks beverages and food items The Market at Munger Located in Building 5 of the Munger Graduate Residence The Market at Munger offers a wide selection of grocery staples Kosher ethnic and gluten free specialty food items Grab n Go meals fresh produce specialty beverages household items and a gelato bar Back to Top Local Shopping Areas San Antonio Shopping Center Located in Mountain View five miles southeast of campus It includes CVS pharmacy Target Trader Joe s Safeway and Wal Mart Directions Ravenswood 101 Retail Center Located in East Palo Alto three miles northeast of campus It includes Best Buy Office Depot Home Depot and Ikea Directions Charleston Plaza Located in Mountain View six miles southeast of campus It includes Bed Bath and Beyond Best Buy and Office Max A Costco is nearby Directions The Stanford Shopping Center Located on the northwest corner of campus It includes an Apple Store Crate Barrel and Pottery Barn It also includes several restaurants Directions Target Located in Redwood City less than five miles northwest of campus Directions Bed

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