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7
Feb
Sociomedical minor available for fall 2016 semester - Lamron
According to Eisenberg, this required directed study component can be filled through an ethnography class, a research class or some sort of internship. Eisenberg added that the partnering institutions for directed study will depend on what the students ...
Source:  Lamron

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6
Feb
All the world's a stage - Arizona State University
"A dimension of my ethnography looks at the impact of HIV on the ballroom community and how they respond to the HIV/AIDS epidemic," Bailey said. "So I'm bringing performance to bear on a social problem that this community, I argue, deals with through ...
Source:  Arizona State University

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6
Feb
Governor awards museum curator for work in humanities - Washington Times
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - On any given day, Alaska State Museum Curator of Collections Steve Henrikson traverses 4,000 years of history. There's Alaska Native history, culture and art. There are migrations. Russians. Modern artists. Wars. Statehood. There ...
Source:  Washington Times

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6
Feb
'It's Raining Cats & Dogs' in interactive exhibit - Hood River News
#"Be prepared to smile when you walk in the door," said Judie Hanel, co-curator of the show. "This is a show that will delight everyone that has a dog or cat in their life." #The show's opening reception will be on First Friday, Feb. 5, from 6-8 p.m ...
Source:  Hood River News

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6
Feb
MU Curator Meeting Interrupted by Protesters - OzarksFirst.com
COLUMBIA, Mo- University of Missouri curators were cought by surprise during their meeting yesterday when a group of student protesters interrupted them. The protesters were there to show their support for suspended communications professor, Melissa ...
Source:  OzarksFirst.com

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6
Feb
RAM seeks docents to volunteer at museums - Journal Times
RACINE -- The Racine Art Museum and Wustum Museum are currently seeking volunteers to become docents. The first session of new docent training will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Monday, Feb. 29, at Wustum Museum, 2519 Northwestern Ave. Docents will ...
Source:  Journal Times

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6
Feb
Randy Wayne White to host Randell fundraiser - Sanibel-Captiva Islander
... and this is a rare opportunity to have some fun hanging out with Randy while helping a good cause," said Bill Marquardt, Randell Research Center director and Florida Museum curator of South Florida archaeology and ethnography in a prepared statement.
Source:  Sanibel

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6
Feb
What a woman wants: Sanders, not Clinton - The Boston Globe
An in-depth digital ethnography of more than 3,000 New Hampshire millennial women revealed that despite all the rational reasons for this group to connect with Clinton (shared gender, shared experiences, and a millennial daughter, Chelsea, helping with ...
Source:  The Boston Globe

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6
Feb
Zika virus not enough to cancel Olympics, historian says - The Augusta Chronicle
RIO DE JANEIRO -- The world's best known Olympic historian said Friday it will take something more destructive than the Zika virus to cancel the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. "Historically, the only times the games have been cancelled is in war - World War ...
Source:  The Augusta Chronicle

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6
Feb
Tom Eblen: Historian uses social media to highlight Kentucky's 'everyday' architecture - Lexington Herald Leader (blog)
Brother is architectural historian for the Kentucky Archaeological Survey, a joint project of the Kentucky Heritage Council and the University of Kentucky's Department of Anthropology. Much of her work involves traveling around the state, documenting ...
Source:  Lexington Herald Leader (blog)

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