Jason received one of two Honorable Mentions in the undergraduate student paper competition for his paper entitled “’Well, I Am Your Doctor, Aren’t I?’ The Benefits of ‘Women’s Language’ in Medical Discourse.” Since only a first place prize was awarded, this is equivalent to tying for second place. An earlier version of this paper was written for Dr. Margaret Bender’s Language and Gender course (ANT/LIN 333).
WFU Anthropology alumna ('13) Yasmin Bendaas Evans spoke to NPR today about depictions of Muslim women in the media. Yasmin is currently pursing a Master's degree at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Media and Journalism. Great work, Yasmin! ... See MoreSee Less
"Brexit concerns the state of Europe today; it concerns deeply divisive social, economic and political issues – the kinds of issues that anthropologists work hard to understand in social and cultural terms; and it is about precarity. Perhaps more than anything else, it is about precarity."
28 anthropologists weigh in on the meaning and implications of Brexit.