Congratulations to Amy Porter, who receives an NSF-DDIG award for her project entitled "Cooperation and Conflict in Two Socially Monogamous Primates: Red Titi Monkeys and Equatorial Saki Monkeys."
UC Davis & Humanities Research Awards in Anthropology presented to graduate students Kristina Lyons and Andrew Tremayne for the 2012-2013 academic year.
Jeremy receives this travel award for his current project entitled "Mechanism vs. Being a Mechanic: Some Thoughts on Isabelle Stenger's 'Ecology'," which was presented and recognized at the American Anthropological Association's conference in November 2011.
Don Donham to join the University of California Humanities Research Institute Residential Research Group in Irvine
Don Donham has been selected to join the upcoming University of California Humanities Research Institute Residential Research Group in Irvine: "Imperial Legacies, Post-socialist Contexts: History, Ethics and Difference in a Neoliberal Age" to convene this fall quarter 2012.
Andrew Marshall receives funding for a project entitled "Promoting gibbon conservation in Gunung Palung National Park, West Kalimantan through training and participatory monitoring activities with Indonesian university students and citizen scientists."
Suzana Sawyer co-edited "The Politics of Resource Extraction: Indigenous Peoples, Multinational Corporations, and the State" which was recently published by Palgrave/Macmillan this month.
Congratulations to Doris Duangboudda for receiving funding for her dissertation project "Consumer Demand in Postsocialist China"
Doris Duangboudda will be receiving funding from the National Science Foundation for her dissertation entitled "Consumer Demand in Postsocialist China"