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“A student and a professor remember the UNC Charlotte mass shooting three years later”: NPR WFAE Charlotte: Sarah Delia

Anthropology365 , April 29th, 2022


I have not done many interviews on the subject. Here is an NPR article in which I am featured alongside one of my students about the shooting in…


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Reflecting Three Years After the UNCC Mass Shooting

Anthropology365 , April 25th, 2022


Every year at this time, I reflect on the shooting that occurred in my classroom on April 30, 2019, that took the lives of two students, injured four…


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My Reflections Two Years After Surviving a Classroom Shooting

Anthropology365 , April 30th, 2021


Today marks two years since a classroom shooting happened while teaching my final class at University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Six students were shot, two of which…


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Revisiting the Past: Some Thoughts on the UNCC Shooting

Anthropology365 , April 28th, 2020


Today is April 27, 2020. April 30 will mark one year since a gunman walked into my LBST 2213 class on the last day of the semester. I’ve…


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The Story of a Mass Shooting Survivor and Anthropologist

Anthropology365 , May 2nd, 2019


  On April 30, my Liberal Studies class, framed as Anthropology and Philosophy of Science (Syllabus), was the site of a horrific event. Two of my students were…


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