2016 News Archives

December 2016 - Graduate Students Completed in 2016

Many congratulations to our Anthropology graduate students who successfully defended their thesis in 2016!

PhD: Maricarmen Vega, Laura Kelvin & Joshua Dent

MA: Kyle Forsythe, Kathryn Kotar, Adria Grant, Hilary Agro & Isabella Graham

November 8, 2016 - Aaron Bengall profiled by Faculty of Social Science

Anthropology MA student Aaron Bengall's work on Diabetes has been profiled by the Faculty of Social Science. Read the article.

August 18, 2016 - Jennifer Willoughby Studies Cancer in Mummified Remains

PhD student Jennifer Willoughby's research on cancer in mummified remains is featured by the Faculty of Social Science. Read the article.

May 13, 2016 - The Politics of Food in Buenos Aires, Argentina

In May and June, Dr. Adriana Premat and PhD student Lina Johnston are leading a team of undergraduate students doing ethnographic research on the politics of food in Buenos Aires. Check out their Facebook group page for regular updates: https://www.facebook.com/groups/968080133306634/

April 4, 2016 - Jean-François Millaire Awarded SSHRC Insight Grant

Professor Jean-François Millaire is the recipient of 1 of 8 SSHRC Insight Grants awarded to the Faculty of Social Science this year. Professor Millaire's research program is an anthropological study of early city life in the Andean region of South America, one of the few places where urban society emerged in human prehistory. This five-year study, which builds on previous work by Millaire and his team in coastal Peru, seeks to increase our understanding of the processes connected with the emergence of the first cities in the region and the social dynamics that were both afforded and constrained by this new mode of existence. Congratulations to Professor Millaire and his team on this great achievement!

February 24, 2016 - USC Teaching Honor Roll

Congratulations to Anthropology instructors, Mark Dolson, Olga Kharytonova and Andrew Walsh, who have been named to the USC Teaching Honor Roll in 2014-15.