History of Anthropology at Mount Holyoke
This exhibit introduces the history of anthropology at Mount Holyoke and the neighboring colleges, focusing in particular on the period from 1929-1949. The History of Anthropology Web site was developed by participants in the spring 2015 class, The Development of Anthropological Thought (Anthr 235, under Professor Lynn M. Morgan) with the assistance of the College librarians, archivists, and art museum staff.
Making Class Visible
Always at the forefront of encouraging discussion about sensitive topics, Mount Holyoke has created a forum where dialogue can flourish about privilege, classism, and identity. The Making Class Visible Web site is an accessible vehicle to promote a deeper understanding of the complexity of socioeconomic diversity and interactions on the Mount Holyoke College campus.
Remembering South Hadley High School: 1936-1956
The Remembering South Hadley High School: 1936-1956 Web site is composed primarily of audio clips from interviews with 36 graduates of South Hadley High school between the years 1936 and 1956 conducted in spring 2007 by students in Anthropology 275: Doing Ethnography.