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Anthropology Student Research

Asma Shethwala presents a poster at the Capstone Festival based on her senior thesis research.

Asma Shethwala presents a poster at the Capstone Festival based on her senior thesis research.

Select Senior Projects:

Sharon Kemmerer, 2011: “Korean Students: Intercultural Competency and Campus Integration”

Allison Gordon, 2012: “Literacy and Language in Oral Tradition Cultures”

Leighann Kimble, 2012: “The Dirty War in Argentina: Trafficking of ‘Disappeared’ Children in a Quest for National Identity”

Sarah McFarland, 2012: “How will you be Marked? Gravestone Symbols of Staunton, Virginia”

Asma Shethwala, 2012: “Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: The Pathological, Physiological, and Sociocultural Effects on Women”

Ian Mowbray, 2013: “Shifting Paradigms: Individualism within American Education and Its Affects on the New Group Centered Movement”

Lili Arakaki, 2014: “#SeniorThesis: Linguistic Innovation and the Function of Hashtags in Social Media and Written & Spoken English”

Linnea Kuglitsch, 2014: “Blueprints to Control: Medicine and Space in Two Historical Medical Institutions”