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See you when classes resume Wednesday, January 18, 2017!
Building The Brafferton Exhibit at the Muscarelle Museum Open Tuesday-Friday 10-5, Saturday-Sunday Noon-4 Homecoming Reception The Department of Anthropology would like to invite all of the friends of the department — current students, alums, future students — to our Homecoming … Continue reading
Anthropology Diploma Ceremony Sunday May 15, 2016 1:30pm Jefferson Statue *rain site-Washington 201* Anthropology Graduate Reception Sunday May 15, 2016 3:00pm Washington Hall 101
On Tuesday, David Pratt, American Studies PhD Candidate and Cohen Career Center Graduate Assistant, coordinated an event that caught my eye–Teaching Outside Higher Ed with an Arts & Sciences Graduate Degree. Three panelists discussed their roles and career trajectory in … Continue reading
Anthropology students and faculty helped fill Ewell Hall to claustrophobic heights on March 25 to listen to The William and Mary Middle Eastern Music Ensemble’s evening of North African Andalusi Music. This music, derived from medieval Muslim traditions in Southern … Continue reading
Last Thursday night Martha Higgins, the library staff at Swem, and the Cohen Career Center tempted graduate and undergraduate students alike with pizza, cookies, and the chance to hear from alumni working outside academia. Here’s the lineup. ROBERT NELSON (American Studies Ph.D.) … Continue reading
The 15th annual Graduate Research Symposium was held in Sadler conference center on campus Friday and Saturday March 18th and 19th. There were over 150 poster and oral presentations by graduate students from William and Mary as well as 16 … Continue reading
This week has been absolutely hectic, amazing, and full of a myriad of distinguished speakers from the University of Bristol, the History Department, as well as our own department. Monday, March 14 at 6pm (WASH101): Charlotte Goudge “Liquid Power: An Archaeological Excavation … Continue reading