Huhn, director of the CSUSB Anthropology Museum, will particiapte in the National Museum of Natural History’s annual Summer Institute for Museum Anthropology.
The $20,000 grant comes from the Mervyn M. Dymally African American Political and Economic Institute at Cal State Dominguez Hills.
“In|Dignity,” which will open in January 2018, received $15,000 from the California Humanities, a nonprofit partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Anthropology assistant professor Arianna Huhn, who is director of the CSUSB Anthropology Museum, worked over the summer as a Smithsonian Fellow at the National Museum of Natural History’s annual Summer Institute for Museum Anthropology.
An opening reception is set for 4:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18, at the museum. In|Dignity will run through Dec. 11.
“In|Dignity,” an exhibit aimed at exploring and dismantling intolerance through the experiences of Inland Empire residents, officially opened at Cal State San Bernardino’s Anthropology Museum on Jan. 18 and will remain on display through Dec. 11.
Arianna Huhn is the recipient of the Terence Ranger Award, given by the Journal of Southern African Studies to the author of the best article by an early career scholar.
Vipin Gupta (business), Tiffany Jones (history) and Arianna Huhn (anthropology) were among 21 California State University faculty members selected to attend the “Ghana Calls” faculty seminar in Accra, Ghana, recently.
In|Dignity, aimed at exploring and dismantling intolerance, will mark the end of its nearly yearlong run with the presentation of an original theatrical presentation it inspired.