Teresa Nichols "Making and Managing Mongolian Heritage" Brown Bag
Teresa Nichols, an Anthropology Ph.D. student, will be discussing her work on "Making and Managing Mongolian Heritage" on October 29th, from noon to one in Ballantine Hall, room 004.
“My research examines how Mongolians understand and manage their cultural heritage resources and how international aid impacts this process. Data analysis and writing are still on-going, so this talk will focus on the development of my research questions and methods, how field conditions shaped my research focus, and some preliminary conclusions.”
This is the first in the new Graduate Student Brown Bag Talks, designed to allow students to share their research, work, experiences and goals with their peers.
Teresa Nichols, October 29th, 12-1 in Ballantine 004.
John Dechant, November 4th, 12-1, Charter Room IMU.
Elise Anderson, November 11th, 12-1, Hoosier Room IMU.
Bill Mankins, November 14th, 12-1 in Ballantine 004.
Kris Rees, November 19th, 12-1 in Ballantine 004.
Tim Grose, December 3rd, 12-1, Hoosier Room IMU.
Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center