The Maribor Uprisings: A Live Participatory Film screening at CPH:DOX and Hot Docs film festivals

Associate Professor Maple Razsa (Global Studies) and Milton Guillén ’15 will be screening The Maribor Uprisings: A Live Participatory Film for its world premiere at CPH:DOX (Copenhagen, March 20) and its North American premiere at Hot Docs (Toronto, April 27-May 7), two of the largest and most prestigious documentary film festivals in the world. The film, which started as...

David Strohl Receives Fellowship

David Strohl receives fellowship at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity for the Fall 2016 semester.

Diamond Drayton receives the Eitan Shalom Green Award

The Eitan Shalom Green Award is given to a student in the junior or senior class who has demonstrated scholarly insight and a passion for creative exploration in both of the Anthropology Department’s core courses: anthropological theory (AY333) and methodology (AY313).

Global Maine Integrated Studies course premieres short documentary series

Colby students enrolled in the Integrated Studies Cluster on Global Maine made short documentary films in collaboration with community partners in Lewiston, Maine from Maine Immigrant and Refugee Services, United YES, Somali Bantu Association of Maine, and Tree Street School. They will be premiering their films at two screenings: on May 5 at the Lewiston...

Gafner wins Anthropology award

January 26, 2016 Kate Gafner wins the first Eitan Shalom Green Research Award in Anthropology.  Kate will spend January in the British archives in London to conduct research on Victorian representations of murder for her honors thesis. 

Adam Saltsman’04 will present his doctoral research on Burmese migrants in Thailand

“Navigating dispossession: Gender and agency among Burmese migrants in Thailand’s border economic zones.”  On April 2, 2014, 4pm in Diamond 141 the department of anthropology will welcome back, Adam Saltsman, Colby ’04. Adam is about to complete his Ph.D. at Boston College. He will present his dissertation research with Burmese migrants in Thailand, the culmination...