Elizabeth Carlson Associate Professor of Art History
Monday, June 17, 2013Type: Grants received
Peter Neal Peregrine Professor of Anthropology
Tuesday, July 1, 2014Type: Grants receivedLocation: National Science Foundation, Interdisciplinary Behavioral and Social Sciences, $999,469Participants: Co-PIs: Carol Ember (Yale), Benjamin Felzer (Lehigh), Michele Gelfand (Maryland), Eric Jones (North Carolina)
The proposed research examines societies across time and space that live (or have lived) in regions with frequent but unpredictable natural disasters in order to identify social, economic, and political strategies of resilience that might be applied to contemporary societies.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016Type: Awards
Voted the "Lillian Mackesy Historian of the Year" by the Outagamie County Historical Society.
Adam M. Loy Assistant Professor of Statistics
Wednesday, January 1, 2014Type: Other accomplishmentLocation: Technical report. CSCAP 0153-2013. Ames, Iowa: Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping SystemsParticipants: Hobbs, J., Arbuckle, Jr., J. G., Wright Morton, L., Prokopy, L. S., Haigh, T., Knoot, T., Knutson, C., Mase, A. S., McGuire, J., Tyndall, J., and Widhalm, M.
The statistical atlas summarizes information from a survey of 5000 farmers from 22 watersheds in 11 Corn Belt states that was conducted in February 2012. The report is intended to be a resource that extension educators, agricultural advisors, and other agricultural stakeholders across the region can use to help them understand farmer perspectives in their local areas.
Rosa Tapia Associate Professor of Spanish
Thursday, November 21, 2013Type: Articles publishedLocation: Revista Internacional d'Humanitats. CEMOrOc-Feusp / Univ. Autònoma de Barcelona.
Study on Claudia Llosa’s film 'The Milk of Sorrow' (Peru-Spain, 2009) dedicated to the relationship among different representations of the body, cinematic gaze, and gender according to the theoretical referents provided by Giorgio Agamben’s "homo sacer" and Teresa de Lauretis’ exploration of the “off camera” concept.
Saturday, April 6, 2013Type: Other accomplishmentLocation: College of Idaho in Caldwell, ID.
Timothy X. Troy J. Thomas and Julie Esch Hurvis Professor of Theatre and Drama and Professor of Theatre Arts
Wednesday, February 24, 2016Type: Paper presented
Auteur Theory: How a Stage Director reads Terry Gilliam’s, Brazil (1985) Prof. Timothy X. Troy
Combining a careful read of Gilliam’s mise-en-scene, Troy gathers fragments of Gilliam’s biography with his contributions to Monty Python’s Flying Circus to explore how auteur theory helps explain Brazil’s unique visual vocabulary, its playful sensibility, and prescient impression of an Anglo-American dystopia.
2 March 2016. Department of Film Studies. Queen's University - Belfast.
Gustavo C. Fares Professor of Spanish
Saturday, September 27, 2014Type: Books publishedLocation: Buenos Aires: Dunken,
The Immense Minority discusses the construction of Latino identities, their history, and cultural and political expressions—and proposes new ways to think about the social and individual identities of minority groups.
Lavanya Murali Proctor Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Tuesday, June 2, 2015Type: Book reviews published
LM Proctor. 2015. Review of The Light of Knowledge: Literary Activism and the Politics of Writing in South India by Francis Cody. In Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, vol. 25, issue 1, pp. 101–102.
Mark Jenike Pieper Family Professor of Servant Leadership and Associate Professor of Anthropology
Tuesday, May 5, 2015Type: Presentations
Keynote address at the Weight of the Fox Valley Community Health Connection Breakfast Event, April 24 2015, Neenah WI: "Overweight and Obesity in the 21st Century: A View from Anthropology."