News and Events
In an effort to grapple with the unfolding tragedy in Gaza and Israel, Lewis & Clark hosted a multidisciplinary forum, featuring a faculty panel followed by a Q&A.
This event is sponsored by the History, Ethnic Studies, Hispanic Studies, Latin American and Latino Studies and Sociology/Anthropology Departments
Jennifer Hubbert, professor of anthropology and Asian studies, examines how liberals define democracy and citizenship through owning guns.
As recipients of prestigious Fulbright awards, four members of the L&C community will work abroad next year: Meredith Stinger BA ’19 (India), Mila Wolpert BA ’19 (France), Amelia Madarang BA ’22 (Taiwan), and Alex Webb BA ’22 (Colombia).Shalini Hanstad BA ’22 will address graduates at the College of Arts and Sciences commencement on May 7.
For almost 60 years, Lewis & Clark’s International Affairs Symposium has been nationally recognized as a hub for discussing the most pressing matters in foreign affairs. From April 5 to April 7, the symposium will focus on controversy and emphasize opposing viewpoints on environmental degradation, the conflicts of multiculturalism, and the structure of the future international system.
2021 SOAN SAAB REP NICOLE LEWISJahAsia Jacobs, ’20, has won the 2020 SEA Harold K. Schneider Student Paper Prize in Economic Anthropology. JahAsia’s paper was selected as the winning entry in the undergraduate category:
“I don’t think a life without debt is possible”: Navigating Student Indebtedness, Restrictive Temporalities, and Embodied Debility among Lewis & Clark College AlumniThis year’s Ray Warren Symposium on Race and Ethnic Studies, which will run from November 11 to 13, focuses on the concept of movement and the systems of power that determine our mobility. For the first time, the symposium will be held entirely online, free and open to all, including those living outside of Portland.
Congratulations to this year’s winners Amaris Bouchard and Maura Phillips!
Amaris Bouchard ’20 (Sociology/Anthropology)
“Howl Together: An Ethnography for my Grandmother” essay
Maura Phillips ’20 (English)
“The Edges of Imagination: Women, Art, and Desire in Keats’s Late Romances” essay
Brothers and alumni Stein and Thor Retzlaff trained for years to survive one of the most remote areas in the world. The expedition to the Atomfjella mountain range in Norway tested their survival skills, while also allowing them to ski incredible peaks and couloirs (steep mountainside gorges). They captured the experience in their short film, “AREA 11.”Dr. Oren Kosansky awarded competitive sabbatical fellowship
- EVENTSDecember 4: 5:00pm
Come hear from SOAN Seniors as the present their thesis research - learn something new, hear about some amazing research, and enjoy free food! We’ll have two nights of presentations, so don’t miss out.December 6: 5:00pm
Come hear from SOAN Seniors as the present their thesis research - learn something new, hear about some amazing research, and enjoy free food! We’ll have two nights of presentations, so don’t miss out.