This volume includes the following student submissions:
- The Kennewick Man as ‘person’: Ethical Considerations and Cultural Perspectives
- The Unequal Distribution of Particulate Matter Exposure and Its Related Health Consequences Among Minorities and the Urban Poor in Los Angeles, CA
- Cultural Revival in Ireland
- Denaturalizing Group Rights in the Developing World
- Nonmovements and Movements: Two Methods Used to Encroach on the Status Quo
- Konglish: A Korean American Phenomenon
Videography and Photography related to this issue:
Perspectives in Anthropological Analysis, Fall 2015, taught by Dr. Carolyn Nordstrom.
Drawing from anthropological theory, we have created a video series trying to answer the question: What defines our generation? We focused on how technology has shaped our identity and interactions as a generation.