The Department of Anthropology congratulates the members of our twenty-first annual Senior Thesis Seminar for their stellar works of original undergraduate scholarship!
Alexandra Baer Chan, "From One Nation One People to the American Melting Pot: Changing Community and Identity for the American Lhotsampa Refugees."
Darya Fraiman, "Unstructured Time: the Formation of a Ceramics Community in a New York City Basement."
Rozanne Gooding Silverwood, "The Indigenous ‘Uncanny’: An Ethnography of Erasure and the Resurgence of Chickasaw Identity."
Thomas Hallaran, "Heroic Contradictions: the Errant Tweets, New Enclosures, and Social Reproduction of Silicon Valley Venture Capitalists.”
Jing Hao Liong, "Nationalism in Crisis: Analyzing Media Coverage of Corruption and Protest in Malaysia.”
Benjamin Moe, “The Caring Office: Constructing Passion and Productivity in the Modern Tech Startup.”
Ramis J. Wadood, "Hometown Hip-Hop: Music and South Asian Identity in Detroit’s Suburbs."