Anthropology Honors Thesis Titles and Defenses

The Department of Anthropology is pleased to announce the following five graduating majors are eligible for Departmental Honors in Anthropology and will be presenting the results of their Honors research projects next week. 
All Anthropology students and faculty are welcome to attend the presentation and ask questions of our Honors candidates. If you are a Junior major in Anthropology and contemplating conducting Honors research, you may wish to attend at least one of these presentations as you plan for your own project next year. 

Congratulations to all of our Honors students!
In alphabetical order:

Mitch Boyer
Morphological Analysis of a Projectile Point Assemblage Found at the Porter Site (31WK6)
Presentation and Defense: April 25, 4-5 p.m.

Emily Conway
It’s All In The Teeth: An Object Biography for #1978. E. 62 and It’s Connect to Kiribatian History and Museums
Presentation and Defense: April 27, 11a.m.-12 noon

Andrew Lenart
Black Americans’ Interactions with Non-Traditional Healthcare: Mistrust and Equity
Presentation and Defense: To be announced.

Josh Milon  
Interpreting the Trestle Site (31AN19) through Ceramic Analysis
Presentation and Defense: April 26, 3-4 p.m.

Haley Smith
Consumers of a Contrived Paradise: Tourist Imaginaries of Waikīkī
Presentation and Defense: April 26, 4-5 p.m.

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