Craig Stevens and Erin Cagney

Achievements ·

Anthropology Students Win Award, Present at Conference

Craig Stevens and Erin Cagney Present at Conference
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The Trump administration's executive order on refugees was met with protests at the Raleigh-Durham International Airport.

Research ·

Refuge and the American Dream: CAS Doctoral Grad Examines Resettlement Issues

Anthropology Ph.D. Christopher Partridge researches refugees in North Carolina.
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Taimur Khan studied and navigated disparate cultures on the way to earning his Ph.D. in anthropology.

On Campus ·

Inspiring Graduate Stories: Taimur Khan

Cultural marginalization never stopped this Ph.D. grad.
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Rebecca Gibson

Research ·

Corsets: Male Desire or Female Agency?

The recent popularity of waist training has brought corsets back to the forefront of fashion, even if they are no longer called corsets.
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A bronze building in the shape of a crown gleams against the night sky.

In the Community ·

AU Ties to the National Museum of African American History and Culture

As the landmark Smithsonian museum opens, there’s a few AU connections to celebrate.
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Becca Peixotto Explores the Great Dismal Swamp

Research ·

Doctoral Student Becca Peixotto Explores the Great Dismal Swamp

Doctoral student Becca Peixotto played critical role in excavating new human relative named Homo naledi.
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Dan Sayers works in Great Dismal Swamp

Humanities ·

AU Brings Smithsonian Deep into Swamp

Dan Sayers, historical archaeologist and chair of AU's anthropology department, is featured in the Smithsonian Magazine.
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Becca Peixotto

Science ·

The Discovery of Homo Naledi

AU PhD Student Helps Excavate Ancient Human Relative
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