Tag: graduation

The Conversation

Alexandra Frankel , March 7th, 2019


What is does it mean to work post-graduation, and what does anthropology have to do with it? It happens every quarter. The conversation. Students ask us big questions…


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Love, Kinship, and Ceremonial Observance

Alexandra Frankel , May 23rd, 2018


How do I explain to my soon-to-be college graduate that she has to go to her graduation ceremony? My invocations of Arnold van Gennep and Victor Turner are…


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Graduation speech Class 2016/2017

standplaatswereld , October 18th, 2017


By Dominique van de Kamp         During the pre-master of Social and Cultural Anthropology, we followed a course called “Core themes of Anthropology,” by Ton Salman….


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Graduation as seen by faculty

eli , May 15th, 2017


Last Friday, as my last work event at Whittier College (since my postdoc contract is finishing up), I went to graduation. A few observations on graduation as seen from the…


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