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).
Check out this great collection of portraits from the Burke Museum at the University of Washington - all those pictured are undergraduate student researchers working with Dr. Holly Barker, all student-athletes, and students of color. Anthropology and anthropological museums offer plenty of ways for students to engage with faculty and research, as well as a number of ways to remind us to think about diversity and community! ... See MoreSee Less
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"Ethnography is an art form, a work of translation, that demands all the senses – the observant eye, the attentive ear, a keen sense of smell, touch, and a sense of taste – a “gusto” (in Portuguese) that carries a double valence – a taste not only for new foods and spicy condiments, strong drinks – but also a taste for the sentient life through which a “society” is embodied — catching its sense of time and timing, its movements and gestures, its patterns of work, play, and devotion, its sense of humor and its sense of justice, its sense of dignity," - - - Nancy Scheper-Hughes, UC Berkeley commencement address. ... See MoreSee Less