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    • Analysis on the health and socio-cultural effects of female genital mutilation 

      Todd, Mollie (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2017)
      According to the World Health Organization, over 125 million girls and women alive today have undergone the practice of female genital circumcision (FGC)n. It has also been condemned by the United Nations General Assembly ...
    • How cooking makes us human 

      Kelly, Allison (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2017)
      The question of what makes us human is a common one among anthropologists and scientists alike. Many factors of evolution are explored to determine the point in history where our ancient ancestors branched away from primate ...
    • Navigating globalization through myth in Quechua communities of Southern Peru 

      Bridges, Ben (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2017)
      My research is positioned at the convergence of myth and globalization, exploring how intercultural contact impacts myth in contemporary Peruvian Quechua communities as well as how myth aids in interpreting and shaping the ...
    • Political discourse and racial politics in Dominican Republic 

      Diaz, Jazmin (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2017)
      Political Discourse and Racial Politics in Dominican Republic Borderlands, the sites and symbols of power, constitute the imaginary somatic and cultural differences that categorize the elite from the poor. Physical barriers ...