Associate Professor Dr. Elizabeth Drexler publishes in Visual Anthropology Review

Department of Anthropology Associate Professor and Director of Peace and Justice Studies Dr. Elizabeth Drexler published an article in Visual Anthropology Review. The article is titled, Seeing Gaslighting: Photo-Dialogues and Structural Injustice. Focusing on gaslighting, the article reveals a process that manipulates perception to obscure systemic inequality and injustice Read More

Associate Professor of Anthropology Dr. Heather Howard co-publishes chapter in Michigan Salvage: Bonnie Jo Campbell and the American Midwest

Associate Professor of Anthropology Dr. Heather Howard co-published a chapter in Michigan Salvage: Bonnie Jo Campbell and the American Midwest. “Indigeneity in Once Upon a River” and accompanying teaching activity, “What’s your Indigenous narrative?” In this chapter, Howard-Bobiwash examines transformations in the tropes of indigeneity Read More

Associate Professor of Anthropology Dr. Heather Howard co-publishes an article in the Epidemiologic Reviews

Associate Professor of Anthropology Dr. Heather Howard co-publishes an article in Epidemiologic Reviews with Danielle Gartner (Assistant Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, MSU, primary author), Madeline Nash (Doctoral Student, Sociology, MSU) and Ceco Maples (Undergraduate Major in Anthropology, MSU). The review article is titled, Misracialization of Indigenous People Read More

MD-Ph.D. Student Jessica Ding Wins an Honorable Mention in Shao Chang Lee Scholarship Fund Best Paper Competition

The Department of Anthropology is pleased to announce that MD-Ph.D. student Jessica Ding has won an honorable mention in the Shao Chang Lee Scholarship Fund Best Paper Competition through the Michigan State University Asian Studies Center. The Shao Chang Lee Scholarship Fund was established by friends and Read More