The studies collected in this edited book offer evidence to our argument that migration does not provide an ultimate response to insecurities in the home countries or conflicts in traditional destinations; instead as hinted in some of the contributions, migration shifts the balance of power and
Congratulations to Abby Buffington for her award of an Ohio State University Alumni Grant for Graduate Research and Scholarship for support of her dissertation research, Becoming Food Producers: A Phytolith Analysis of Niche Construction by Forager-Herders in Neolithic Southwest Arabi
Congratulations go to Eliza Gardiner, who has been awarded a Borlaug Fellowship in Global Food Security, which funds her dissertation research, Impacts of Social Relations on the Privatization of Communal Land and Implications for Food Security in Burkina Faso, and a semeste
Ohio State University Department of Anthropology Professor Jeffrey H. Cohen discusses the value of anthropology for students and his unusual field experiences, including culinary experiences like eating crickets.
Published September 2015 (University of Hawaii Press)
Abundance and Resilience: Farming and Foraging in Ancient Kaua'i
Edited by Julie S. Field (Ohio State University) and Michael W. Graves (University of New Mexico)