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K-State Today

August 16, 2012



K-State anthropologists's guest-curated museum exhibit wins national award

By Harald E.L. Prins

An American Indian museum exhibit -- guest-curated by Kansas State University anthropologists Bunny McBride and Harald E.L. Prins -- has won a national award for leadership in history from the American Association for State and Local History.

Prins, a university distinguished professor, is invited as featured speaker at the Acadia National Park Science Symposium, Schoodic Education & Research Center in Maine. He also published the article “Upside Down: Arctic Realities and Indigenous Art” in the American Anthropologist, his field's top-ranking journal.