New College students Rozalyn Crews and Evan Giomi won the top prizes in the 2012 Student Archaeology Grant contest, sponsored by the Time Sifters Archaeology Society.
They were recognized for their research in the fields of anthropology and archaeology.
In her paper, Crews explored how the Calusa Indians might have experienced their social and environmental landscapes. Giomi’s paper investigate the issues of colonialism and Christianity in the church complexes of Lalibela, in northern Ethiopia.
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