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joined the UVM faculty as Associate Professor and Chair of Anthropology. He received a B.S. in architecture and a B.A. in anthropology from Auburn University and completed his M.A. and Ph.D. at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He has held academic appointments at Auburn University, the University of Oklahoma, and most recently at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
College of Arts & Sciences : University of Vermont
Professor Sharpe comes to UVM after serving three years as the Associate Director of the American Economic Association Summer Program and Minority Scholarship Program housed at Duke University. She has also been a Carolina Minority Postdoctoral Fellow (UNC-Chapel Hill) and has been on the faculty at Barnard College.
Between November and December 1860, the crew of the schooner United States, on an Arctic exploration under Isaac Israel Hayes, issued seven numbers of a handwritten periodical from their base at Foulke Fjord, Greenland. The Port Foulke Weekly News included poems, essays, and humorous observations, but the submissions only went so far toward alleviating the frigid monotony. As the editor waxed darkly on 25 November (his tongue in shivering cheek):