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Central States Anthropological Society Conference 2014

Posted by on April 11, 2014

Along with Dr. Gearhart, Professor of Anthropology, four anthropology students will be presenting original research at the 2014 CSAS Conference:

Complimentary Medicine in Bloomington-Normal: Findings from Ethnographic Research Conducted in a Medical Anthropology Course

1. Rebecca Gearhart (Illinois Wesleyan University), Connecting Students to Non-Western Healers: Exploring “Medicine” in Global and Local Contexts

2. Elizabeth Sanders (Illinois Wesleyan University), The Body’s Best Healer: Finding Personal Balance and Health with Energy Medicine

3. Peterson, Nora (Illinois Wesleyan), The Sacred Journey: Integrating Native American Cosmology in Expressive Art Therapy in the Treatment of Young Women with Eating Disorders

4. KiriLi Stauch (Illinois Wesleyan University)Building Rapport: Strengthening the Client and Healing Touch Practitioner Relationship Through Preparation, Boundaries, and Limitation

5 . Karen Thul (Illinois Wesleyan University), Massage Therapy: How the Client and Healer Relationship Promotes Physical, Emotional, and Psychological Healing



Anthropology Club members (pictured with Professor Gearhart and Professor Springwood) competed in the Anthro Bowl at the opening night activities for the 2014 CSAS Conference 



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