December 8, 2016
It’s been a busy semester in the Anthropology department, with lots of guest speakers and events that enhance the courses we offer. This digital story, Gandhi Dinner Film, written and produced by two Anthropology and Film/New Media studies majors, Bay Gammans and Asher Trout, covers the bi-annual Gandhi dinner put on for the Wheaton community by […]
November 30, 2016
Professor Owens photographs of Nepal’s annual Rāto Matsyendranāth festival featured in 3 exhibits, recording events transpiring between 1977 and 2016, as part of ongoing research and discovery.
November 4, 2016
Professor Josh MacLeod will be offering a new course this Spring, focusing on contemporary ecological issues from a social scientific perspective. Topics including: climate change, environmental justice, habitat destruction, biodiversity, food production and distribution, energy sources, and the nexus between capitalism, consumerism, and ecological crisis.