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Amiel Bize receives Cultural Horizons Prize

Congratulations to Amiel Bize (PhD 2018) who has been awarded the 2021 Cultural Horizons Prize for her article “The Right to the Remainder: Gleaning in the Fuel Economies of East Africa’s Northern Corridor.” The Society for Cultural Anthropology's "Cultural Horizons Prize" recognizes the best article appearing in the previous year of Cultural Anthropology, and is awarded by a jury of advanced doctoral students.

Lila Abu-Lughod was interviewed by Nick McAlpin on a podcast for The New Arab Voice on the occasion of the 35th Anniversary of the publication of her book Veiled Sentiments. Released on September 10, it can be accessed on the website of The New Arab here or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts etc. The segment starts around 24:00.

Congratulations to Amiel Bize (PhD 2018) who has been awarded the 2021 Cultural Horizons Prize for her article “The Right to the Remainder: Gleaning in the Fuel Economies of East Africa’s Northern Corridor.” The Society for Cultural Anthropology's "Cultural Horizons Prize" recognizes the best article appearing in the previous year of Cultural Anthropology, and is awarded by a jury of advanced doctoral students.

Congratulations to Stephanie Ratte and Benjamin Liberatore for receiving Wenner-Gren Dissertation Fieldwork Grants.

Holland Tunnel Newburgh is very pleased to present The Longue Durée, the third exhibition by the artists' collective The International Society of Antiquaries, or ISA. Members of the society include artists Olivia Baldwin, Kyle Cottier, Elisa Pritzker, and Greg Slick, and archaeologist/artist Jeff Benjamin. The exhibition runs from October 16 through November 21, 2021

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Gallery hours: Saturday and Sunday 1 to 5 pm

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