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Podcast: The Pain Game

Podcast: The Pain Game This podcast by Carmen Bango ‘ 20 features several Williams Faculty including Kim Gutschow, who talks to Carmen about biomedicine and Asian medical approaches to the body and pain, the relationship of pain to Buddhist notions of the self, and some reflections about her graduate study… Continue reading »

Dr. Joanna Kempner — ANSO Senior Speaker

ANSO Senior Speaker this year is Dr. Joanna Kempner, a sociologist at Rutgers University. Kempner’s research investigates knowledge production as cultural work, inscribed with and shaped by tacit assumptions about social relations across gender, race, and class. Her award-winning book, Not Tonight: Migraine and the Politics of Gender and… Continue reading »

AES Senior Book Prize: Congratulations, David

CARAVAN of MARTYRS: SACRIFICE and SUICIDE BOMBING in AFGHANISTAN has won the Senior Book Prize of the American Ethnological Society.  It has also received honorable mention for the Gregory Bateson Book Prize from the Society for Cultural Anthropology. On behalf of the jury, Anne Allison writes:… Continue reading »

Deconstructing Borders

Professor Christina Simko led a discussion on how social media has moved fro the personal to the political and now to the pedagogical.  Faculty members contributing were Maria Elena Cepeda, Latina/o Studies, VaNatta Ford, Africana Studies, Bill Jannen, Computer Science and Saadia Yacoob, Department of Religion. magazine.williams.edu-Deconstructing Borders… Continue reading »

Senior Prize Recipients

The ANSO Department held their senior dinner Tuesday, May 15, 2018. Professor Antonia Foias awarded the annual Friedrichs Award and James Orton Prize. The recipients of the James Orton Prize were: Juliet Kelso   and    Thasin Alam   Nicholas Dehn was presented with the Friedrichs… Continue reading »

Daniel Kirsch receives the Chandler Memorial Fellowship

Daniel Kirsch ’18 has been awarded a Class of 1945 Florence Chandler Memorial Fellowship grant to support a year of independent study outside the United States. Daniel is a biology and anthropology major. Congratulations Daniel for this great achievement. Please go to the link below to read about Daniel and… Continue reading »

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