New issue of the student journal of anthropology explores landscape

spectrum of light

The second annual issue of Spectrum, an online journal, has just been published. Spectrum provides a venue for UNH students to share their work in the field of anthropology with the university community and the general public.

“By publishing their work, we recognize students’ efforts and their thorough and interesting research,” says Prof. Svetlana Peshkova, who co-edited the journal with Prof. Meghan Howey.

This issue includes articles by Emma Pankey, Jillian Price, Marika Labash, Krista Silva, Hillary Christopher, and Jessica Faycurry.

“All of the papers in this year’s issue deal with questions of landscape, its meaning, and function, its effects on human beings and how it is experienced and transformed by humans,” notes Prof. Peshkova.

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