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Nadiah Rivera Fellah (Ph.D. ’19, Art History)

Fragments Of African American Life In Long Island: An Anthropology Alum Recovers Artifacts From a Soon-To-Be Demolished Site


So far Allison McGovern (Ph.D. ’15, Anthropology) has recovered shards of ceramics, bottle and window glass, animal bone, and metal and nail fragments from the archeological dig at the Peter Crippen House, a critical site for African American history in Huntington, Long Island, that has been ravaged by time and neglect.



 

Martha Lincoln

Punk's Roots In The Blues: New Book by Alum Looks at how the Genre was Shaped by Changing Ideas About Race


“Read with the headphones on!” That’s how Lyle Preslar of punk legends Minor Threat described Damaged: Musicality and Race in Early American Punk, the new book by Evan Rapport (Ph.D. ’06, Music). The book explores punk’s debt to what many might consider an unconnected genre, the blues, and the ways that punk emerged during the turbulence of the 1960s and 1970s.

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