New student-faculty research on how the obligations of fatherhood helped men manage diabetes could help medical providers nudge male patients toward better health.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology Matthew Biwer discusses the nature of archaeology and his and his students' role in unearthing the past.
There's a craft chocolate boom in Peru, and anthropologist A.J. Wildey '13 plays a delectable part. Lonely Planet named her fair trade chocolate "library" a top 10 destination in the nation.
“Just try new things—even if it is scary!” That bravery has served Nora Stocovaz ’25 well, as chief of staff of Student Senate who performed fieldwork in Greece.
With a fellowship grant and an honorable mention, national organizations highlight scholarly edition and translation work.
Meet Elliot Barr ’23, a club-sports player who served a sports-marketing internship in London and studied abroad in Toulouse.
Learning ancient Greek is challenging and deeply rewarding, says Mandy Porter ’23, a double major in archaeology and classical studies and student-researcher who lives in the Human Cultures House.
Learn more about how an internship at Dickinson's art gallery is helping Emily Angelucci ’24 shape a potential future career in museums and archaeology.
With a double major in German and anthropology and coursework in health studies, Sofia Perrone is gearing up for a career that taps her interests in medical anthropology, global cultures and policy.
Maeve Thistel ’24, an avid runner and anthropology major, has researched food insecurity and dietary diversity and plans a career in nutrition and integrative health.
Meet Lusila De La Rosa ’24, an educational studies and sociology double major who works at Dickinson's Trout Gallery.
Graduating seniors secure jobs in executive recruitment and sustainable farming and will attend graduate school at the University of Edinburgh, the University of York, and others.
Meet Izzy Ferrazza ’24, an anthropology major who values how her Dickinson professors are professors are "extremely passionate and dedicated to ... education."
Eleven students researched end-of-life issues and care in the Netherlands during spring break. What they learned was surprising, and it may enhance their future lives and careers.
Maya Peck '22 presents original research on Latinx Trump supporters at a regional Northeastern Anthropological Association (NEAA) conference.
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