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  • October 19 Colloquium How often is eroticism linked with Christianity in contemporary North America? Drawing from five years of ethnographic fieldwork, Paula Pryce discusses the roles of Bridal Mysticism, ritual, and pluralism in contesting long-established doctrines of religious institutions. Click here for more information.
  • Our 2017-18 Colloquia Series Begins Featuring four different speakers, our 2017-18 series runs from October 5 to November 16. For more information about the presentations, click here.
  • Congratulations to the SHHRC Recipients Congratulations to Eric Guiry, Charles Menzies, Shaylih Muehlmann, and Daisy Rosenblum who received SSHRC Insight Grants, and to Sara Shneiderman who received a SSHRC Partnership Development Grant.
  • Welcome Back from Dr. Michael Blake Welcome back to campus for the start of our 2017-2018 academic year. Click here to read a message from Michael Blake, Head of Department.
  • Congratulations to Bruce Granville Miller The Department of Anthropology congratulates Bruce Granville Miller on his election as a Fellow of the Canadian Anthropology Society (CASCA). Click here to read more.
  • Welcome Dr. Sabina Magliocco We would like to extend a warm welcome to Dr. Sabina Magliocco, who is joining the UBC Department of Anthropology this year. Click here to read her Q&A.
  • ANTH 540C Are you interested in migration, refugees, or borders? Take Anth540C, Mobilities/Immobilities, to learn about the politics and ethnography of mobility, citizenship, and borders. Click here to enrol on the SSC.
  • Read Michael Kew’s new publication Click here to read “Reflections on Anthropology at the University of British Columbia”, Michael Kew’s interesting personal account of applied anthropology in the province, featured in BC Studies.
  • Application Instructions  – Please read all information carefully before applying to the program.  More specifically, each applicant must complete the Prairie View A&M Graduate School Application (., Apply Texas ) and the departmental application.  Please refer to each of the link below to access and review the  MSJJ application.  Please email the MSJJ application to [email protected] .  If you have any questions about this process or need further assistance, please contact Mrs. Sandy Siegmund ( s [email protected] /936-261-5234).

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