Session 1S

Using Anthropology to Understand Our Past and Present

12:30 PM to 2:15 PM | Moderated by Stephanie Selover
Add to my favorites Petrology of Ancient Pottery
Presenter
  • Madelyn Joy Milligan, Senior, Materials Science & Engineering
Mentors
  • Daniel Cook, Near Eastern Languages & Civilization
  • Stephanie Selover, Near Eastern Languages & Civilization
  • Tuesday Kuykendall, Materials Science & Engineering

Add to my favorites Early Arsacid Iconography and Ideology in Royal Coinage
Presenter
  • Ryan Robinson, Senior, Near Eastern Studies (Culture & Civilization), Anthropology: Archaeological Sciences UW Honors Program, Undergraduate Research Conference Travel Awardee
Mentor
  • Stephanie Selover, Near Eastern Languages & Civilization

Add to my favorites Disordered Eating and the Politics of Isolation
Presenter
  • Ellie Pickering, Senior, Anthropology: Medical Anth & Global Hlth UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Rachel Chapman, Anthropology

Add to my favorites Sociocultural, Political, and Historical Factors Affecting Maternal Health Outcomes in Korhogo and Abidjan, Ivory Coast: An Ethnographic Country Report
Presenter
  • Christelle Nidafolo Silue, Senior, Public Health-Global Health, French
Mentor
  • Richard Watts, French and Italian Studies

Add to my favorites Segmented Assimilation Concern among Refugee Families
Presenter
  • Tessa Samuels, Senior, Sociology and Anthropology , University of Puget Sound
Mentor
  • Monica DeHart, Anthropology, University of Puget Sound

Add to my favorites Intersectionality and Mortality: Oppression, Health, and Black Women in the United States
Presenter
  • Katherine E (Kathe) Mijal, Senior, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, UW Tacoma
Mentors
  • Margaret Griesse, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Tacoma Campus), University of Washington, Tacoma
  • Christine Stevens, Nursing (Tacoma Campus)

Add to my favorites Bursting the Bubble: Transforming White Identities
Presenter
  • Kerrie Agosta, Senior, Anthropology UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Rachel Chapman, Anthropology

Add to my favorites Collaborating for Continuity: How a Network of Black Women in Seattle Make Sense of and Advocate for the Health, Well-Being, and Safety of Their Communities
Presenter
  • Madhavi Bhuvana Kuthanur, Senior, Anthropology: Medical Anth & Global Hlth UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Rachel Chapman, Anthropology