Ayşe Parla has been promoted to Associate Professor with tenure! Congratulations, Prof. Parla!!
Professor Cheryl Knott wins the BU Learn from Anywhere Creativity and Spirit Award! Congratulations, Prof. Knott!
Join the book discussion webinsar on Zoom with Prof. Merry (Corky) White on Tuesday, May 4 @ 4:30pm. Coffee shops offer their customers a special place in their urban lives, and offer observers a window on social and cultural norms and realities. Japan’s kissaten have long been unscripted places for an escape from the programs […]
A number of our current and former undergraduates, graduates, post-docs and faculty presented or were co-authors on papers or posters at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical (now Biological) Anthropologists in April 2021. These included, graduate student Christian Gagnon, Andrea Blackburn (GRS 2021), Amy Scott (GRS 2021), Andrea DiGiorgio (GRS 2019), Caitlin […]
Prof. Kimberly Arkin wins one of three CAS Templeton Awards for Excellence in Student Advising and Mentoring! Awardees are nominated through a polling of the senior class. The common theme among all of the nominations was the how much students appreciate when their advisor/mentor gets to know them well and the relationship extends beyond just course […]
Prof. Caterina Scaramelli and Prof. Merav Shohet will discuss their recent books and lead a conversation on care, love, and moral ecologies in Turkey, Vietnam, and beyond. Join us at 12pm! Meeting ID: 992 9900 8262 Passcode: 010839
Prof. Cheryl Knott was the focus of an article published in The Atlantic. It emphasizes her efforts to include Indonesians in her research and how that has been so important for the continuation of her project during the pandemic. Read it here.
A big Congratulations to our very own Veronica Little, who has received an OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARD! Please join me in congratulating Veronica on her outstanding work for us all!
Prof. Hefner was elected to a three year term as President of the American Institute for Indonesian Studies (AIFIS). AIFIS is the US’s main sponsor and clearing house for research on and in Indonesia, and has offices in Jakarta and at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Congratulations, Prof. Hefner!
Prof. Curtis Runnels will be honored this year by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens at their Virtual Gala on May 6, 2021. Prof. Runnels was awarded the Gennadius Prize in recognition of his profilic career. Congratulations, Prof. Runnels!! From the ASCSA website: Curtis Runnels is Professor of Archaeology, Anthropology, and Classical Studies […]