Amy Margaris ’96
- Associate Professor of Anthropology
Amy Margaris publishes
October 2, 2020
Amy Margaris published an article with Inupiaq activist Rosemary Ahtuangaruak on revitalizing Oberlin's historic Arctic ethnography collection in the Alaska Journal of Anthropology vol. 18, no. 1 (2020).
Jason Haugen and Amy Margaris Present
January 8, 2020
Jason Haugen, associate professor of anthropology, and Amy Margaris, associate professor of anthropology, presented at the 2020 Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America in New Orleans, LA. Their poster was titled, “Faculty placements into Linguistics PhD programs across the US and Canada: Market share and gender distribution.”
Anthropology Professor Amy Margaris and Student Curators Launch Digital Exhibition on Alaska Native Collection
August 10, 2021
A collaboration with an Alaska Native activist leads to a widely accessible digital exhibition, and breathes new life into a nearly forgotten collection of cultural items kept at Oberlin for more than a century.
This Week in Photos: Ancient Methods
April 30, 2021
A student’s clay-caked hands in an anthropology course serve as inspiration for this week’s photo series.
A Conversation with Aaron Wolf ’11, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Princeton University
February 24, 2020
Wolf has focused his research on Neanderthal DNA and how it is distributed across global populations.