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Arrivals and Departures

Welcome New Students (Fall 2014)


  • Damgawit Abebe
  • Santiago Cassalet
  • Grace Cesario
  • Kelsey Chatlosh
  • Angela Crumdy
  • Kim Deckers
  • Ola Galal
  • Jemima Georges
  • Ellen Hamrick
  • Marty Kirchner
  • Anton Kociolek
  • Stephanie Love
  • Alice Muntz
  • Samuel Novacich
  • Natalie O'Shea
  • Yasemin Ozer
  • Amir Reicher Atir
  • Paloma Rodrigo Gonzales
  • Samuel Rose
  • Thomas Ryan
  • China Sajadian
  • Liang Wu

Congratulations Recent Graduates (June 2014 Commencement)



ALESSANDRO MASSIMO ANGELINI
Model Favela: Youth and Second Nature in Rio de Janeiro
 
CARWIL ROBERT BJORK-JAMES
Claiming Space, Redefining Politics: Urban Protest and Grassroots Power in Bolivia
 
SOPHIE F. BJORK-JAMES
The Political Ethics of Intimacy in American Evangelism
 
MATTHEW ANTHONY BROWN
Identification of Paleopathological Conditions in a Non-adult Population from Roman Age Sirmium Serbia: A Bioarcheological and Life History Approach
 
STEPHANIE CAMPOS
“Small Village/Large Hell”: Cocaine & Incarceration in Lima, Peru
Certificate in Women’s Studies
 
DAISY DEOMAMPO
The New Global Division of Labor: Transnational Surrogacy in India
 
RAMONA HARRISON
World Systems and Human Ecodynamics in Medieval Eyjafjordur, North Iceland: Gasir and Its Hinterlands

AMY JONES
An Ethnographic Perspective on Downtown Comedy in New York City
Certificate in Film Studies
 
MATT KANDEL
“We are Refugees in Our Own Homeland”: Land Dispossession and Resettlement Challenges in post-Conflict Teso, Uganda

ELISE MARIE MARAGLIANO
Households, Landscapes, and Post-Collapse Continuity in Postclassic Jalieza, Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico

LAURA KYM NECK
Fighting the Wall: Understanding the Impact of Immigration and Border Security on Local Borderland Identity in Brownsville, Texas

CEREN OZGUL
From Muslim Citizen to Christian Minority: Tolerance, Secularism and Armenian Return Conversions in Turkey

JENNIFER ANN PARKINSON
A GIS Image Analysis Approach to Documenting Oldowan Hominin Carcass Acquisition: Evidence from Kanjera South, FLK ZINJ, and Neotaphonomic Models of Carnivore Bone Destruction

JEREMY RAYNER
“A New Way of Doing Politics”: The Movement against CAFTA in Costa Rica

YONATAN REINBERG
Avante, Avanet Brazil: Piracy and the Public Sphere in 21st-Century Brazil

AMY STARECHESKI
What Was Squatting, and What Comes Next? The Mystery of Property in New York City, 1984-2014

JENNIFER SUGG
Coming of Age in Neoliberal New York

ANALIA VILLAGRA
Cade o Mico? Where is the Tamarin? Locating Monkeys in the Politics of Land and Conservation in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

MELISSA ZAVALA
Wild NYC: Building Biodiversity in Fresh Kills and City Parks

JULIA MARIE ZICHELLO
The Effect of Population History on Hominoid Intraspecific Cranial Shape Diversity: Combining Population Genetics and 3D Geometry Morphometric Data