Representations
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Representations

Irma McClaurin

Welcome to the publication, “Representations.” This is a project designed to bring the perspectives of a wider variety of groups to the forefront of the anthropology classroom. To celebrate Black History Month, we are covering the accomplishments of 28 Black anthropologists across 28 days. Learn more about our project; read on for the amazing accomplishments of Irma McClaurin.

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“Representations” is a project designed to bring the perspectives of a wider variety of groups to the forefront of the anthropology classroom. Our name reflects our goals: to improve representation in the curriculum and to elevate the cultural representation of more groups.

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