Anthropology Stories

Congratulations Anthropology Grads!

Congratulations to the Class of 2015 Anthropology graduates. We're proud of you!

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Beyond Conquest: The Native American Experience

Growing up near three Mohawk Indian reservations in her native Quebec sparked Mary Ann Levine's interest in Native Americans, but it was an incident in the Canadian town of Oka that moved the Franklin & Marshall College associate professor of anthropology to turn that interest into the focus of her academic career. 

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Professor Mary Ann Levine Honored

Professor Mary Ann Levine was the 2014 recipient of the Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching. The following citation was presented at Franklin & Marshall College's 2014 Commencement Ceremony on May 10, 2014: Professor Mary Ann Levine arrived at Franklin & Marshall College, in the Department of...

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Touched by the Ancestors: Professor Misty Bastian Discusses Afterlife Cultures

Inside an iron mine one evening, a Franklin & Marshall College professor joined a group of paranormal investigators to research someone experiencing what investigators call "the touch of a spirit." Then she realized she was being touched. "I had the strange experience of having all their equipment turned on me," recalled Misty Bastian, F&M's...

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Story 8/3/2018

A Liberal Arts Experience Among the Ruins

At La Milpa, an ancient Maya site in the jungles of Belize, a Central American country near the borders of Mexico and Guatemala, a Franklin & Marshall College student, recent graduate and professor...

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Story 1/4/2018

Off-Campus Study: Genevieve Rohrer '18

Anthropology major studies on the SIT/IHP Human Rights program in Nepal, Jordan, and Chile.

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Story 11/17/2017

Alumni Profile: Sabrina Yudelson '14

Sabrina Yudelson '14 has followed an interesting career path since graduation that has led her to the Center for Ballet and the Arts at New York University.

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