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NEW YORK TIMES: A Couple Used to Breaking the Color Line

February 7, 2017

James Gibbs, who received his Ph.D. in cultural anthropology from Harvard in the 1950's, and his wife, Jewelle Gibbs, are featured in the New York Timesas one of the very first African American couples to have their wedding announced in the paper (in 1956). While pursuing his degree at Harvard, Gibbs served as resident tutor, the first African American resident tutor in the history of Harvard University.

Tozzer Anthropology Building Nominated for "Most Beautiful New Building in Boston" Award

Tozzer Anthropology Building Nominated for "Most Beautiful New Building in Boston" Award

January 17, 2017

The Tozzer Building has been nominated for the People’s Choice Award for the most beautiful new building in Boston! This contest is presented by the Boston Society of Architects (BSA) Foundation and is run by Boston Magazine. To cast your vote for the Anthropology Department's new, beautiful, building, please follow this link:  http://www.bostonmagazine.com/sponsor-content/peopleschoice/