Stephanie Savell Ph.D. '17 appeared on an episode of Trending Globally, a podcast from the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown, to discuss how framings of the coup in Niger largely miss what’s really going on in the region. And worse — they might actually make it more difficult to bring peace and stability to this part of the world. Savell is an anthropologist, an expert on U.S.-Niger relations, and a co-director of the Costs of War Project at the Watson Institute.
Departmental Undergraduate Group (DUG) Leaders work with faculty and staff to coordinate events and activities in an effort to build a sense of community within the concentration. Delve into anthropology's 2023-24 student leadership panel to learn more about their academic and personal backgrounds!
The Department of Anthropology is thrilled to welcome its 2023-24 first-year graduate cohort to Brown! From socio-cultural and medical anthropology to linguistic and environmental, this year's cohort brings a full spectrum of research interests.
During the summer months, thousands of high school students are taking up residence on campus, studying across the globe and participating online in Brown’s wide-ranging Pre-College Programs, which offer intensive academics, research experiences and more.
Daniel Jordan Smith appeared on an episode of Trending Globally, a podcast from the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown, to discuss Obi's forecasted performance in the upcoming election and its impact on Nigeria's future. The interview draws from Smith’s newest book, "Every Household Its Own Government: Improvised Infrastructure, Entrepreneurial Citizens, and the State in Nigeria."