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Art historian probes intersection of East, West

Art historian probes intersection of East, West

Doctoral student Lalaine Little’s work prompts a new view of religious and devotional objects in the Philippines.

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Historian probes French treatment of Algerian immigrants

Historian probes French treatment of Algerian immigrants

Jaime Wadowiec’s dissertation unearths the origins of migrant segregation in post-colonial France.

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DNA analysis shakes up Neandertal theories

New research suggests that Western European Neandertals were on the verge of extinction long before modern humans showed up.

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‘Lucky’ numbers make for unlucky customers

‘Lucky’ numbers make for unlucky customers

Chinese consumers pay too much for goods and services because of superstitions surrounding particular numbers, Binghamton economist Zili Yang says.

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Archaeologist named Fulbright scholar

Archaeologist named Fulbright scholar

Binghamton doctoral student Heidi Savery hopes to use archaeology to advance a Jamaican community.

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Jihadist groups in Africa may pose new threat

U.S. leaders must focus on developing threats from jihadist groups even as they struggle to repair the nation’s economy, a Binghamton scholar says.

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Kafka expert links teaching, research

Kafka expert links teaching, research

Neil Christian Pages gives his undergraduate students the tools they need to demystify the literary academy.

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