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Art Exhibit Represents Plight of Undocumented Migrants

Department of Anthropology invites UD community to 'Hostile Terrain 94' art installation

Giving Tuesday

The Tuesday after Thanksgiving our community will come together for GivingTuesday, a global day of philanthropy. You can explore projects featured in the college including research and experiential learning opportunities​.

Installation four years in the making represents casualties at US-Mexico border

In Munroe Hall are thousands of off-white and orange tags, each containing the name, age, cause of death and location found of undocumented migrants attempting to cross the Mexico border into the United States.
Tee shirt with handwritten words, such as "COVID-19" and "racism."

​Speaker Series

Each year, the UD Department of Anthropology develops and hosts a number of programs, classes, and activities to engage crucial topics and issues in the contemporary world. This includes a vibrant colloquium speaker series.​

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Bordering: Centering the Marginalized

The borders we trace through human experience tell us about more than just boundaries. Through attention to borders we can better understand the relations of power and inequality that structure human experience. It is only through recognizing borders that we can hope to overcome them.

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