[MGSA-L] Fwd: H-SAE: UMass anthropologists present international research on "Memory, Monuments, and Commemoration" in Montreal

Neni Panourgia np255 at columbia.edu
Mon Nov 14 08:46:05 PST 2011

It includes research that has been done in Greece and Cyprus, in 
addition to Spain, Turkey, and Serbia.


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Subject: 	H-SAE: UMass anthropologists present international research on 
"Memory, Monuments, and Commemoration" in Montreal
Date: 	Sat, 12 Nov 2011 14:30:19 -0500
From: 	Jelena Karanovic <h-sae at KARANOVIC.ORG>
Reply-To: 	An H-Net List for the Society for the Anthropology of Europe 

From: Krista Harper<kharper at anthro.umass.edu>


UMass Anthropology graduate students participating in the NSF-funded
"Cultural Heritage in European Societies and Spaces (CHESS)" program will
give presentations on their research at the American Anthropological
Association meetings in Montreal on Saturday, November 19.  The panel,
"Memory, Monuments, and Commemoration: Field Legacies, Field Futures," was
organized by Prof. Elizabeth Krause, CHESS field supervisor and faculty
mentor for 2011-2012.  Grace Cleary, Jill Bierly, Mackenzie Jackson, Dana
Johnson, and Seung ho Chung will present preliminary results from their
CHESS fieldwork last Spring as part of the Department of Anthropology's
European Field Studies program.  Students conducted original fieldwork
projects in Spain, Turkey, Greece, Cyprus, and Serbia and attended
workshops with faculty and graduate students at the University of Barcelona
in Spain.  The CHESS program is funded by a three-year, $149,500 research
and training award (NSF-OISE #* **0968575*) directed by Prof. Krista Harper
and Prof. Jaqueline Urla, co-principal investigators.

For more information, please contact Prof. Krista Harper at<
kharper at anthro.umass.edu>.

Krista Harper, PhD
Associate Professor
Department of Anthropology
and the Center for Public Policy and Administration
Director, European Field Studies Program
University of Massachusetts Amherst

To read a selection of my publications, go to

To learn more about research produced by students and faculty in the UMass
European Field Studies Program:

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