The winners of the 2018-19 department BA thesis prizes are announced.

The Dahlberg Prize (for physical anthropology/archaeology) goes to Henry Bacha for "Resistance Through Re-Articulation: The Extirpation of Idolatries Campaigns and the Rise of the Cult of the Saints in Cusco, Peru."

The Lichtstern prize (for socio-cultural/linguistic anthropology) was a tie. Our winners are Elena Peterman for "Managing the Biocultural: Nature, Knowledge, and Governance in the Oaxacan Forestry Sector" and Kathryn Yin for "Becoming Tree: Toward a Transductive Politics of Virtual Reality."

Congratulations to all three graduating seniors on their outstanding theses!