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Ebola: risks and inequalities
by Rosalind Shaw and Stephen Bailey
Tufts Daily, October 30, 2014
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Pinto named WGSS Program Director

by Jei-Jei Tan, Tufts Daily
September 24, 2014
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Alex Blanchette Wins 2014 Saller Prize for Best Dissertation in the Division of Social Sciences
University of Chicago News
May 2014
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Student Awarded Fulbright Student Grant

Senior Anthropology major Meg Young has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Student grant for study in Brazil.

Boston Palestine Film Festival, exhibit 'From the Streets' showcase Palestinian perspective
by Nicole Brooks
The Tufts Daily
November 18, 2013

Taste of Tufts: Stanton works with National Park Service to understand communities
by Danielle Bennett
The Tufts Daily
October 30, 2013

Renowned poet blends anthropology, art
by Adam Kaminski
The Tufts Daily
October 25, 2013

Amahl Bishara - Tufts Collaborates! 2013-2014 Seed Grant Recipient
Refugees, Water Scarcity, and Politics: Empowering Community-Based Non-Governmental Organizations to Take Action
Investigate how refugee-led non-governmental organizations can act to improve quality and quantity of water supply in their communities and analyze political implications of such projects

Cathy Stanton is the recipient of a 2013 Tufts University Teaching with Technology Award

Silent Partners
Amahl Bishara's new book Back Stories
by Helene Ragovin
Tufts Now
March 1, 2013

Plant Yourself in My Neighborhood
Cathy Stanton
Winner 2013 National Council on Public History Award in the category of Excellence in Consulting Award

Journalists Lives are on The Line in Gaza and Beyond
Amahl Bishara
Cognoscenti - Thinking That Matters
November 30, 2012

Rashad Davis explores intersection between sci-fi, race through art
by Brionna Jimerson
Tufts Daily
October 16, 2012

Asram: Knowledge, Moral Frameworks, and the Case of Newborn Illnesses in Ghana
Akua Abrah
Northeastern Anthropology Association Undergraduate Paper Prize
NEAA News, Vol. 35 No. 1, Fall 2012

Tufts Class Gets Yummy
by Cathleen Twardzik
Somerville News
March 1, 2012

Across a Troubled Divide
by Helene Ragovin
Tufts Now
January 24, 2012

Crossing Over, No Translation Needed
by Deborah Pacini Hernandez
New York Times
November 11, 2011

Pleasure More than Hope
Amahl Bishara interview
American Public Radio
On Being, July 7, 2011

Office Treasures: A Landscape in a Lamp
Tufts Now, July 20, 2011

Tom Thumb's Student Garden
Garden founded by Anthropology Major Signe Porteshawver
Tufts Jumble, July 18, 2011

All the Rage
by Johanna Schlegel
Tufts Alma Matters Magazine, Spring 2011

Tufts Timmy Foundation to continue public health work in Guatemala through Active Citizenship Summer: International
Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service
April 2011 Newsletter

An Eye for Detail
by Marjorie Howard
Tufts Journal, January 7, 2011

Documentary screening delves into issues of environmental justice
By Monica Mowery
Tufts Daily, April 16, 2010

Communities defined by 'Who We Love' Student tackles aging and homosexuality in Honors Thesis
By Jessica Bal
Tufts Daily, March 10, 2010

Much More Than Salsa
by Helene Ragovin
Tufts Journal, January 6, 2010

Student Taught Course Brings New Subject to Tufts
Tufts Experimental College E-News, December 2009

In a village on top of a mountain: notes on development and aid
by Christine Stevralia
Imponderabilia, Spring 09, Issue 1

Professor David Guss brings anthropology to local communities
Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service
Newsletter, November 2009

Claude Lévi-Strauss obituary
French anthropologist whose analysis of kinship and myth gave rise to structuralism as an intellectual force
by Maurice Bloch
The Guardian, November 3, 2009

Anthropology, Religion departments celebrate move to Eaton Hall
by Alexa Rosenthal
The Tufts Daily, October 16, 2009

Discovery of 'Ardi' is not news inside academic community
by Mary Beth Griggs
The Tufts Daily, October 16, 2009

The real distraction at the wheel
by Lucia Huntington
The Boston Globe, October 14, 2009

Captive Audience
The Brief Theatrical Career of an American P.O.W. in Nazi Germany
By David M. Guss
Tufts Magazine, Winter 2009

Top Ten | Things to Put on the Library Roof
Tufts Daily Weekender Section, March 6, 2008

Students contribute to sound-art project for library roof
by Gilian Javetski
Tufts Daily, March 6, 2008

'Harmony in the Age of Noise' creates a buzz on the library roof
by Jessica Bal
Tufts Daily, March 6, 2006

Continuing to remember...
by Jesse Kawa
Medford Transcript, May 11, 2006

Cultural Context
by Brian Loeb
inside.tufts.edu, March 15, 2006

Anthropology, sociology: Two better than one
by Jeff Lindsay
Tufts Daily, December 07, 2005

Tufts Students Help Record Medford History
Tufts e-news

Proud legacy: West Medford remains a jewel of African-American history
by Helene Ragovin
Tufts Journal

A history to remember
By Nell Escobar Coakley
Medford Transcript

Six professors discuss state of public anthropology
By Danny Lutz
Tufts Daily

The Lost Theaters and the Bad News Devils: A Profile of Professor David Guss
by Mara Judd
Tufts Observer

Anthropology students take coursework beyond the classroom
by Emily Craighead
Tufts Daily

Uncovering the Past
Tufts e-news