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    • WELCOME TO CUA ANTHROPOLOGY People and Projects ODYSSEY DAY 2008 http://anthropology.cua.edu/
    • destinations old … … and new Anthropology in a Globalizing World
    • Who we are What Anthropology does
    • Graduating Class in 2006
      • Ryan Heyman, formed a band, worked for Catholic Youth Services, went to grad school
      • Lauren Long, joined Teach for America in NYC
      • Jessica Sinclair, went to Johns Hopkins’ Nursing Program
      • Meghan Biggins, works in advertising in Washington, DC
      • Kristin Swartz, went to work in Mass.
      • Rebecca Winters, went to Japan to teach & to England for grad school
      • Brian Michael, joined the Foreign Service
      • Ariel Molino, planned to teach
      • Ellen Flatley, works at a non-profit in Boston
    • Among the Class of 2008… Kathleen Gallagher spent Summer 2007 at Archaeological Field School in Turkey Rebecca Spence has an Internship in a Washington NGO Jacqi Nemeth did a Senior Project at the Spanish Catholic Center
    • Among the Class of 2010
      • Dr. Guillet’s class on Research Methods learning about archival research by examining records in the University archives.
      • Prof. LUCY M. COHEN
        • MIGRANTS & REFUGEES
        • LATINO & LATINA IN THE USA
        • MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
        • CHINESE IN THE AMERICAS
    • Dr. Cohen puts Applied Anthropology to work every week at the Centro Cat ó lico Hispano of Catholic Charities in Washington
    • Prof. ANITA G. COOK PRE–COLUMBIAN EMPIRES OF THE ANDES ANCIENT ART & ARCHITECTURE
    • Excavations at the imperial site of Conchopata, Ayacucho Valley, Peru
    • CUA UNDERGRAD AT THE PROJECT LAB IN PERU
    • RECONSTRUCTED CEREMONIAL POT USED IN FEASTING
    • NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC’S RECONSTRUCTION OF HUARI IMPERIAL FEASTING (AD 500-1000)
    • Prof. DAVID GUILLET IRRIGATION IN SPAIN AND THE ANDES ANTHROPOLOGY OF FOOD ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY
    • TRADITIONAL IRRIGATION IN SPAIN WORKING WITH WATER
    • IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN THE ANDES
    • FOOD – FROM FARM TO MARKET TO A TABLE NEAR YOU (Dr. Guillet with Farmers in Peru)
    • Prof. JON W. ANDERSON STUDIES THE INFORMATION SOCIETY AND THE MIDDLE EAST
    • … on the Info Superhighway in Jordan
    • … at Al-Jazeera TV in Qatar
    • … and on-ramps to the Internet
    • “ Are we there yet?”
    • Dr. SANDRA SCHAM … has excavated in Jordan and Israel and teaches archaeology of the Bible-period Near East. Long active in educational exchange, she also takes CUA students to a Summer Field School in Turkey offered by Penn State.
    • Physical Anthro at CUA Dr. DAVID CLARK is a specialist in the study of bones who’s worked on recovery of MIA remains from WW II and the Vietnam War with the Joint Task Force for Full Accounting of the US Air Force. His real passion is community archaeology programs that introduce archaeological sciences to the public, and he currently has projects in Fairfax and Loudoun counties in northern Virginia.
    • Linguistic Anthropologist and specialist in conversational analysis, Dr. MARILYN MERRITT studies how people talk in “service encounters” and in classrooms. She teaches our course on Speech & Experience: The Anthropology of Language Linguistic Anthro at CUA
    • Books by our Faculty… … and by our students
    • Find More Information on our Website…