eas learning goals
December 7, 2015: EAS LEARNING GOALS posted here and on The Major page
brownbag lunch talk
Karin Honarvar '17 will present her research, "From Library to Museum: The Story of a Building in Colonial Hong Kong", on Friday, February 17, 12:10pm, Seelye Hall 207. Pizza and drinks for first 20 attendees!
michaela kelly '03 to give lecture on march 7!
Michaela Kelly '03 will speak about her research on motherhood and its demands in the context of Japan's fertility declines over the last forty years. Her talk, "The Baby Market: Social Capital and Motherhood in Contemporary Japan", will be held on Tuesday, March 7, 5:00pm, in Seelye 201. Dr. Kelly '03 received her doctorate in Anthropology from Tokyo University in 2016.
EAS courses for fall 2016-spring 2017
For a list of EAS courses and approved cross-listed courses for fall 2016 and spring 2017 click on the Courses link in the upper left hand corner of this page.