Tuesday, April 15, 2014

The Common Ground's Spring Drag show is being held next Friday (April 25th) at 7pm in the NKU Student Union Ballroom. They are pre-selling tickets in SU from 10-2 every day until next Friday. Pre-sale tickets are $3, and tickets purchased the day of the show or at the door are $5. Cash or credit is accepted!

Monday, April 7, 2014

Transitional Justice Practices in Spain


 Tomorrow, April 8 at 6pm at the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County--Main Library, Dr. Kajsa Larson, Assistant Professor of Spanish at NKU, will be presenting a Six@Six lecture titled, “Unearthing Bodies, Revealing Memories: Examining Transitional Justice Practices in Contemporary Spain.” Further details can be found at Brown Paper Tickets

Lecture Description:
From 1936 to 1976, over 70,000 people were executed in Spain by the country's civil guard. Many were buried and forgotten in mass graves.   Spain's democratic transition followed and has since been lauded as an international model for peaceful change. Nonetheless, citizens have begun demanding answers about the unresolved fate of their kin. Kajsa Larson will explore how the recuperation of civil war memory is manifested through popular culture, public demonstrations, new government legislation and the grassroots efforts of common citizens.

Annual Anthropology Careers Day

Annual Anthropology Careers Day—Free & Open to Public
Get started on your career quest!

Friday, April 25, 2014, 3-5:30 PM in 110 Landrum, Highland Heights Campus

Highlights
  • Speakers on Archaeology and Other Areas of Anthropology
  • Viewing of an Anthropology Careers Film
  • Questions & Answers and Networking with Faculty & Alumni
  • Free Careers Handouts
  • Refreshments
Everyone is welcome. Free and open to the public. No reservations necessary.

For more information contact Dr. Sharlotte Neely at neelys@nku.edu or 859-572-5259.

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Dr. Lindsay Hixson Presentation

Dr. Lindsay Hixson
Dr. Lindsay Hixson, a 1997 NKU graduate of the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Philosophy gave a presentation on Wednesday, April 2 in SU 109 titled "Accessing Big Data: Using Census Tools to Help Visualize Research Findings." Lindsay is the College of Arts and Sciences alumna for 2014. She is now a senior analyst with the U.S. Census Bureau and is the nation's expert on the race question that we ask of 317 million residents. Lindsay is also an author of census briefs to which anyone who wants to know something about the white, white Hispanic and Pacific Islander racial categories turns.