Undergraduate News

Che Applewhaite

"A New England Document" by Che Applewhaite '21 selected for the Royal Anthropological Institute Film Festival 2021

March 4, 2021

A New England Document will play in the RAI program "Decolonising the Archive shorts #1" from March 18-29, competing for the Wiley Blackwell Student Film Prize. A live Q&A with Che and fellow programmed filmmaker, Catarina Alves Costa, will take place on Wednesday 24 March 10am-11am EST/3pm-4pm UTC. Tickets for both are available on the festival website: ...

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Zoe Eddy

Zoe Eddy's "Megafauna Among Us: Humans and other Charismatic Animals" is one of The Most Innovative Courses of the 2019–2020 Academic Year

February 18, 2021

"Megafauna Among Us: Humans and other Charismatic Animals" taught by Zoe Eddy in Spring 2020 is named one of The Most Innovative Courses of the 2019–2020 Academic Year by Campuswire. 

Read the article here

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Che Applewhaite

"A New England Document" by Che Applewhaite '21 premieres in the US today in the 28th New York African Film Festival

February 4, 2021

"A New England Document" by Che Applewhaite premieres in the US today in the 28th New York African Film Festival. The film is available online from February 4 - February 14 on Film at Lincoln Center's Virtual Cinema.

More information about this year's festival and the program in which my film is showing, "Notes from Home, part 2" can be found here: ...

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chitre

Smit Chitre '21 was selected as a member of Phi Beta Kappa’s Senior 48 for the class of 2021

November 24, 2020

Some words from Smit, 

"I'm honored to be a member of PBK and really grateful to the Anthropology department for helping me discover my passions and expand my horizons at Harvard. Certain faculty and staff took me under their wing and students in my cohort became some of the best friends I could ever ask for. Not only have I learned about Trouillot and Geertz, but I've also come to truly appreciate, through experience, the importance of community through members of this department."

Congratulations, Smit!

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