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is Lecturer on the Modern West in the Study of Religion at Harvard. His current research interests include humanitarian engagement and national identity, cosmologies of the global market, the poetics of political satire, and the cultural construction of moral conscientiousness. His dissertation, which examined the efforts of Swedes to uphold egalitarian values and institutions in the face of an increasingly market-driven national and global order, won the 2001 Jepson Award for contributions to leadership studies. Palmer's ethnographic fieldwork has been supported by the American-Scandinavian Foundation, Council for European Studies, and Fulbright, Mellon, Sheldon, and Swedish Institute grants. His lecture courses include "Personal Choice and Global Transformation," "Ethnographic Imaginations," "The Making of Human Sacredness," and "Globalization and Human Values: Envisioning World Community." In 2002, Palmer won the Levenson Memorial Teaching Prize for best teaching by a junior faculty member.
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We get an overview of the political situation in Sweden from Brian Palmer, a social anthropologist at Uppsala University.
We get an overview of the political situation in Sweden from Brian Palmer, a social anthropologist at Uppsala University.

Researchers, led by anthropologist and epidemiologist David Driscoll, will survey women in both communities about their understanding and beliefs about the disease, and will follow up six months later with a subset of the women.
In the subsequent years, Michele became first black woman valedictorian of Colgate University, graduated from Harvard Law, and became a law professor.
Kristin Bakke, a lecturer in political science at University College London, argues in a new article for International Security that their impact is mixed.

Kristin Bakke, a lecturer in political science at University College London, argues in a new article for International Security that their impact is mixed.
In the subsequent years, Michele became first black woman valedictorian of Colgate University, graduated from Harvard Law, and became a law professor.

In the subsequent years, Michele became first black woman valedictorian of Colgate University, graduated from Harvard Law, and became a law professor.
In the subsequent years, Michele became first black woman valedictorian of Colgate University, graduated from Harvard Law, and became a law professor.
"But they are not as peaceful as has been described," says Gottfried Hohmann, an anthropologist at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary anthropology in Leipzig, Germany.
As this supercut of Harvard commencement addresses shows, graduation speakers tend to focus on failure as the defining force in a successful life.
As this supercut of Harvard commencement addresses shows, graduation speakers tend to focus on failure as the defining force in a successful life.


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