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Interviews

In this section, anthropology students engage with their professors through interviews, learning about everything from new book releases to life experiences.

The 2020 Rocky Mountain Dialogues on Mindfulness in Higher Education:

An Interview with Dr. Michael Kimball by Nichelle Taylor

Kimball

Anthropology major Nichelle Taylor sat down with Anthropology Professor Michael Kimball to discuss the 2020 Rocky Mountain Dialogues on Higher Education and UNC’s contribution to the conversation regarding contemplative studies.

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Privilege at Play: Class, Race, Gender, and Golf in Mexico

An Interview with Dr. Hugo Ceron-Anaya

Dr. Ceron Anaya

Anthropology major Nichelle Taylor met with Lehigh University’s sociology professor, Dr. Hugo Ceron-Anaya, to discuss his book, Privilege at Play: Class, Race, Gender, and Golf in Mexico, which uses ethnographic research to examine the inequalities between the privileged and the underprivileged in Mexico City.

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Ethnowise: A text on shock, mindfulness, and culture

An Interview with Michael Kimball by Danielle Castilleja 

 mike kimball

Anthropology major Danielle Castilleja sat down with Anthropology Associate Professor Michael Kimball during the Spring 2018 semester to talk about his lastest book, Ethnowise, which takes a deeper look into mindfulness, cultural processes, and anthropology.

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Sally McBeth’s 30 years of Experience

An Interview with Sally McBeth by Talaya Banks

 talaya banks and sally mcbeth

In the Spring of 2018, Anthropology major Talaya Banks (right) met with retiring Professor and former Chair of Anthropology Sally McBeth (left) to discuss her beginnings, her time at UNC, and her aims for the future.

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