Hispanic, Irish, Japanese, African-American, American Indian, Caucasian – everyone has had to pick one or any of the other 20 options before in their lifetime. SATs, college applications and even MySpace provide check boxes to give us a label. Ethnicity is, and will probably always be, a complex and touchy issue.
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Kimberly Martin, professor of anthropology, presented her research on “The Emergence of Meaning: Concept of Ethnicity in Mainstream Europeans” before roughly 25 students and faculty members in the President’s Dining Room last week.