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The Wenner-Gren Foundation has three major goals: to support significant and innovative anthropological research into humanity's biological and cultural origins, development, and variation; to foster the international community of research scholars in anthropology; and to provide leadership at the forefronts of the discipline.

aJoin us Monday evening January 30th at 5:45 PM at The Wenner-Gren Foundation for this year's first installment of the New York Academy of Sciences Anthropology Lecture Series. David Price, Professor of anthropology and sociology at St. Martin's University, in Lacey, Washington will be presenting, "Re-Framing the Impacts of Cold War CIA Fronts". Dr. R. Brian Ferguson from Rutgers University will act as discussant.

Please note: the lecture begins at 6:30 PM and, while the event is free to attend pre-registration is required for entry into the building, and limited to the first 50 guests.

aWhile a doctoral student at the University of Toronto, Kathleen Rice received a Dissertation Fieldwork Grant in 2011 to aid research on "Purity, Propriety and Power: Negotiating Lobola and Virginity Testing as Sites of Gendered and Generational Power among Xhosa South Africans," supervised by Dr. Janice Boddy. In 2015 Dr. Rice received an Engaged Anthropology Grant to aid engaged activities on "In My Youth We Cared About Each Other: An Oral History Film of Xhosa Elders".

aWhile a doctoral student at Binghamton University Layoung Shin received a Dissertation Fieldwork Grant in 2012 to aid research on ''Performing Like a Star: Pop Culture and Sexuality among Young Women in Neoliberal South Korea," supervised by Dr. Deborah Elliston. In 2016 Dr. Shin received an Engaged Anthropology Grant to aid engaged activities on "Beyond the Rhetoric of Child Protection: Challenging Age Regulations as a Strategy for Queer Youth Movement".

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