Professor Clark-Decès will use these awards for research in India and Sri Lanka during the 2015-2016 academic year
• Lurcy Fellowship
• U.S. Fulbright
• American-Scandinavian Foundation
• Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study
• Norwegian Researchers and Teachers Association of N.A.
Serena Stein (GS03):
Jessica Cooper (GS03):
• Wenner-Gren Award
• National Science Foundation Research Fellowship
Professor of Anthropology Alan Mann has been awarded the Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes Academiques by the National Education Ministry of France for his anthropological research and mentoring of French students. The award is presented for significant contributions to furthering French intellectual, scientific and artistic achievements in the world.
The award was presented January 23, 2015 in the village of Marillac-le-Franc in the Charente Department, where Professor Mann was co-director of an excavation of a prehistoric site with French and Princeton undergraduate students. The site is a genuine Neandertal-age site where many fossils of this extinct human ancestor along with many stone tools and thousands of the bones of the animals they hunted. A book summarizing the results of this work is being prepared for publication.
Credit Ethan Levitas for The New York Times
Sampled: Beats of Muslim Life
A one-woman show that uses poetry, theatre, and movement to explore issues around race, hip hop and Muslims in America. Written and performed by Su'ad Abdul Khabeer PhD, with a special guest performance by Chicago's Kuumba Lynx.
Saturday, December 6, 6:30-8:30pmat BloomBars (3222 11 st NW, Washington, DC)