A new feature of the ANSO site: Letters from the Field, featuring reports from current or former majors telling us about what they're up to. Our second installment in the series is a letter from Matthew Crimp '12, who is working for a wellness program in Oakland, California.
Our first letter, from Bürge Abiral ‘11, is archived here.
The Wesleyan Argus has just published an article about a recent lecture by Olga Shevchenko, Associate Professor of Sociology and Department Chair. The lecture explored Soviet-era use of public space through an analysis of photographs taken by Russian families during their travels in the Soviet Union.
In June 2013, Prof. Michael Brown (center, immediately to right of monument) joined Williams alumni on a pilgrimage to the burial site of James Orton on an island in Lake Titicaca, Peru. Orton, Williams Class of 1855, died crossing the lake on the last of his three expeditions to the Andes and Amazon. The department's annual prize for excellence in Anthropology is named after him.
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