Homestead Beach May visit

The scope of the project has been changed from community identity to place, sense of place, and how culture creates place.  This will possibly align better with the efforts and examining the beach.  It will be compared to other previously segregated beaches in the area including Virginia Key beach. This visit…

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News about SfAA Conference: USF Students excel at National Conference

USF Department of Anthropology Heritage Research Concentration does well at SfAA National Conference in Baltimore – Award Winning Posters! Margaret Allsopp SfAA Student Poster Prize. Elizabeth McCoy Valene Smith Tourism Poster Award. The USF Department of Anthropology was well represented in the area of Heritage Research/Tourism at the SfAA National…

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Sulphur Springs Project Introduction

The Sulphur Springs Heritage project is part of an ongoing commitment by the University of South Florida designed to address the rising interest in, and need for, heritage management by communities, civic organizations, and other groups focused on preserving the past as a key cultural resource.  My name is Margaret…

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Sulphur Springs–Society for Applied Anthropology conference 2012: Student Poster Competition Winner

I submitted a poster to the Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) 2012 annual meeting that includes research from the Sulphur Springs and Nicodemus, Kansas communities. My poster was chosen as the Student Poster Competition Winner at the SfAA conference. The title of the poster was “Gaining the Attention of Youth…

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