Sociology, Anthropology & Criminology

Kathy M’CloskeyKathy M’Closkey, an adjunct associate professor of anthropology, will discuss insights from her forthcoming book “Why the Navajo blanket became a rug,” March 19.

Lecture to offer insight into history of Navajo weaving

Anthropologist Kathy M’Closkey will discuss insights from her book “Why the Navajo blanket became a rug,” March 19 on the UWindsor campus.

Jane McArthurSociology student Jane McArthur published an article on environmental contributors to breast cancer in the online publication The Conversation.

Publication provides audience for academic dialogue

Sociology student Jane McArthur published an article on environmental contributors to breast cancer in the online publication The Conversation.

Award for “Excellence in Diné Studies.”Kathy M’Closkey, an adjunct professor in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology, received an award for “Excellence in Diné Studies.”

Award recognizes researcher’s study of Navajo culture

Kathy M’Closkey, an adjunct professor of anthropology, received an award for “Excellence in Diné Studies.”

UWindsor criminology professor Randy Lippert will be travelling to Ireland later this month to present on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.UWindsor criminology professor Randy Lippert will be travelling to Ireland later this month to present on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

UWindsor criminology prof to deliver keynote on privacy as human right

A University of Windsor criminology professor will be giving a keynote address in Ireland later this month on the seminal Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Holly JohnsonProfessor Holly Johnson of the University of Ottawa will explore “Mandatory Charging and Women’s Empowerment,” in a free public lecture Thursday.

Safety and security of women subject of lecture

Professor Holly Johnson of the University of Ottawa will explore “Mandatory Charging and Women’s Empowerment,” in a free public lecture Thursday.