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  • Anne Galvin

    Anne Galvin to deliver Keynote at the 2015 Senior Symposium

    Dr. Anne M. Galvin '93 an alumna of our very own Anthropology Department will present this year's keynote address at the 33rd Annual Sociology Anthropology Senior Research Symposium. We are thrilled! Her talk entitled “Dynamic Social Worlds: A Reflection on Human Relationships and Social Scientific Research in Jamaica” is based on her ethnography, Sounds of the Citizens: Dancehall […] More »
  • Abrazos Film Showing and Q&A with director Luis Argueta

    Monday January 26th at 5pm in the Holman Room (Mary Lyon 2011).  More »
  • TaylorWilson

    Taylor Wilson '16 gets published

    Anthropology major Taylor Wilson '16 investigates the role of the media on various cultures. More »
  • Patrick Crane

    Graduates head into the world of work - Patrick Crane '14

    Patrick Crane '14, credits his anthropology major for his success as he heads to the UK to work for the English Lacrosse Association. More »
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    Going Places - Ashley Wich ’13

    Ashley Wich will return to Greece, where she studied abroad her junior year, to teach English in Athens. More »
  • Savannah Tenney

    Going Places - Savannah Tenney ’14

    With her Fulbright Teaching Assistantship, Savannah Tenney will travel to Taiwan to teach English. More »
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    Going Places - Jennifer Irving ’14

    Wheaton alum Jennifer Irving postpones grad school plans to teach English in Malaysia. More »
  • Internship: Erin Cotton '16

    In the summer of 2014, Erin Cotton '16 was an intern at U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen’s office in Manchester, New Hampshire. According to Erin the internship allowed her to make a lot of connections from observations I made in the office to lessons I learned in my classes at Wheaton College.The experience gave her knowledge of the political world […] More »
  • NaNaPerspective

    Nana Asare '15: Building a Career in Public Health

    In the summer of 2014, Nana Asare '15 was accepted into the PPIA (Public Policy and International Affairs) Program at the University of Michigan’s Ford School of Public Policy. According to Nana: "Professor Torres introduced me to this program during one of our many discussions outside of the Medical Anthropology course in which I voiced […] More »
  • Bringing Sexual Assault on College Campuses into the Open

                    For the past thirty years the Violence against Women class has been learning how violence impacts women in our society. In 2014, the  presented workshops for pre-health students and for students interested in sexual assault policy review, opened forums for young men on campus to talk through […] More »