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New documentary on polygamy in Bali
September 29, 2014 — "Bitter Honey," a new documentary by UCLA anthropologist and filmmaker Robert Lemelson, tracks the physical, psychological and emotional toll of polygamy on Balinese women and families. Lemelson spent seven years winning the trust of three families for the film.
Donald Morisky receives Distinguished Career Award from American Public Health AssociationThe award is given for outstanding contribution to the practice and profession of health education, health promotion and/or health communications.
"Textiles of Timor" opens Sept. 7July 30, 2014 — Fifty beautifully dyed and intricately patterned cloths from the island of Timor will be on display at the Fowler Museum from September 7, 2014 through January 4, 2015. Woven by women, the cotton garments frequently bear intricate patterns linked to specific families or clans.
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Anthropologist Diane Niblack Fox spoke on the lasting consequences of Agent Orange 50 years after it was used in the Vietnam War.
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