Society & Environment blog

  • Artifact Digging and Metal Detecting

    September 24, 2015

    History and Anthropology students enjoyed helping a crew from St. Louis using metal detectors in Kirksville’s Memorial Park to see if there were any artifacts remaining that can be connected to the Union Army that camped there before the Battle of Kirksville in 1862. Lots of small pieces were uncovered such as pieces of old […]

  • Teaching English in Taiwan on a Fulbright Fellowship

    June 8, 2015

    Emma Shirey ’14 Sociology has been teaching English on a Fulbright Fellowship in Taiwan this past year. When she gets back to the states, she hopes to be involved in doing research in Chicago. Emma states, “…the research project that SOAN majors are required to do really did change how I thought about my career […]

  • Anton Daughters’ Article in Anthropology Now

    May 7, 2015

    Dr. Anton Daughters’ article  “Solidarity and Resistance on the Island of Llingua” has been published in the April 2015 issue of Anthropology Now. A photo from the article appears on the issue’s cover. Based on participant observation fieldwork, the article profiles an island community in southern Chile that has carried on with rural farming and […]

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