Dr. Lance Gravlee a featured panelist on Toward Antiracism: Understanding Anti-Black Racism and Healing Racial Trauma

Toward Antiracism: Understanding Anti-Black Racism and Healing Racial Trauma  Dean David Richardson of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences hosted a panel discussion titled, “Toward Antiracism: Understanding Anti-Black Racism and Healing Racial Trauma,” on November 12 at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Lance Gravlee joined two distinguished CLAS faculty members, Dr. Della V. Mosley, co-founder of […]

Documenting Death

More about this book: “Documenting Death is a gripping ethnographic account of the deaths of pregnant women in a hospital in a low-resource setting in Tanzania. Through an exploration of everyday ethics and care practices on a local maternity ward, anthropologist Adrienne E. Strong untangles the reasons Tanzania has achieved so little sustainable success in reducing […]

Dr. Mulligan Receives NSF Award

Dr. Connie Mulligan just received a $348,000 NSF award, “Intergenerational impact of violence exposure during pregnancy on epigenetic change.”  Dr. Mulligan is collaborating with Dr. Catherine Panter-Brick at Yale University and Dr. Rana Dajani at Hashemite University in Jordan.  Congratulations Connie!