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    • The death culture of Southern Appalachia 

      Annis, Karissa (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2018)
      The region of Southern Appalachia is rich with tradition and custom going back to the inhabitants' homelands. Southern Appalachia is a unique place with a distinct culture formed by immigrating pioneers. Despite opposition ...
    • The mobilization of Indigenous movements in post-colonial Latin America: Applications of theories of globalization and identity, space and place 

      Mauersberg, Carolina (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2018)
      Globalization has come to shape our world drastically in the twentieth century, and this era of modernity has also shifted traditional anthropological notions and discourse on the subject. More specifically, postmodern ...
    • Too Black to belong 

      Arroyo, Rose (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2018)
      National identity issues in the Dominican Republic related to blackness and whiteness are still prevalent. Yadira Perez Hazel highlights the importance on body politics and how our senses of taste, smell, touch, sight and ...
    • Understanding the first Floridians 

      Price, Sarah E. (Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology, 2018)
      Significant debate continues on the sources and timing of the peopling of the Americas as new materials are discovered and evaluated. Census seems to be Asian origin for early immigrants into the New World, arriving in ...