PhD candidate Talia Katz’s essay, “Healing Without Monsters: On Psychodrama and Therapeutic Experimentation in Israel,” the recipient of the Small Grants Competition by the American Ethnological Society.
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The department of anthropology encourages current and recent doctoral students to apply for the Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellow Program at Johns Hopkins University. These fellowships “seek to locate, promote, and nurture […]
We are proud to share that Amanda Yuen, an extraordinary undergraduate double majoring in Anthropology and International Studies, was awarded by the Hopkins Office for Undergraduate Research (HOUR) a PURA […]
Nat Adams, a PhD candidate in the department of Anthropology, is among a handful of recipients of the Johns Hopkins 20th Century Cities Initiatives 2020 Doctoral Research on Urban Issues […]
Profs. Veena Das and Clara Han were awarded a National Science Foundation RAPID Covid-19 grant to fund a multi-country study on the implications of Covid-19 related policies on household decision-making […]
In Megha Majumdar’s “A Burning,” a terrorist event transforms three lives—and the elements of a thriller are transmuted into prismatic portraiture. “The book’s surface realism—that great boon to writers—is abundant […]
Department faculty Veena Das and Naveeda Khan have recently put together an essay collection titled “Covid-19 and Student Focused Concerns: Threats and Possibilities” available at the American Ethnological Society website.
Feb 5 Charles King, Georgetown University, “Gods of the Upper Air: How a Circle of Renegade Anthropologists Reinvented Race, Sex, and Gender in the 20th Century” Feb 18 […]
We are very pleased to announce the fourth annual Sidney Mintz Student Fellowships for Field Research. Professor Mintz inaugurated the fund in the fall of 2015, by re-assigning funds from […]