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|Dr. Mandana Limbert is the recipient of a prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant for her project "Oman, Zanzibar and the Politics of Becoming Arab," a book on changing notions of Arab identity.
Dr. Timothy Pugh's project on Nixtun-Ch'ich' in Peten, Guatemala has been highlighted in the "World Roundup" section of the current issue of Archaeology magazine.
Dr. John Collins' book "Revolt of the Saints" on race, space, and history in Brazil has recently been published by Duke University Press. A description of the book can be found here.
Dr. Timothy Pugh's ongoing archaeological research on an ancient Mayan city in Nixtun-Ch'ich' in Guatemala has been featured on Yahoo News (May 1, 2015). For more details on Dr. Pugh and his team's findings, click here.
Dr. Sara Stinson, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, was the 2015 recipient of the Franz Boas Distinguished Achievement Award. This award honors members of the Human Biology Association who have made exemplary contributions to human biology in science and scholarship.