The Social Analytics Faculty group in the Center for Energy & Environmental Research in the Human Sciences hosted a workshop, On Waste, on Friday, February 4th 2017.
Zoë Wool, assistant professor of anthropology, has been awarded a two year Rice InterDisciplinary Excellence Award (IDEA) grant for a project with Dr.
PhD candidate Maureen Haver wins the graduate prize for a work of speculative fiction, “New Eden,” a haunting portrait of human/nonhuman relations in a dystopian future following environmental catastrophe.
Congratulations to seniors Rachel George and Bairavi Shankar who won first and second place in the Social Sciences division of this year's Rice Undergraduate Research Symposium (RURS) competition.
Anthropology major Jasmin Lin wins Fondren Writing Award: The Max Apple Prize in Nonfiction. Her submission was highly applauded:
Jeffrey Fleisher, associate professor of anthropology, has been awarded the Sarah A. Burnett Teaching Prize in the Social Sciences, an annual prize given to an outstanding teacher in the School of Social Sciences.
PhD candidate Helena Zeweri publishes article, "Encounters on the Shore: Geographies of Violence in Australia’s Contemporary Border Regime" in Rejoinder, a journal run by the Institute of Women's Research at Rutgers University.
PhD candidate Víctor Giménez Aliaga publishes essay entitled "Whose Populism? Which Democracy?" for Anthropology News.