Colin Quinn ’15 Digs for Clues About Ancient Nicaraguans

Colin Quinn ’15 worked on the Chiquilistagua archaeological project in Nicaragua. The site, thought to have been occupied between 500 B.C. and 500 A.D., may have been a conduit for trade between the cultures of Mexico to the north and South America.Read more about Colin Quinn ’15 Digs for Clues About Ancient Nicaraguans

Getting his hands dirty in Nicaragua, Colin Quinn ’15 excavates a small plot that yielded an array of artifacts. (Photo by Jason Paling)

Emily Fletcher '13 Works as Presidential Fellow

Emily Fletcher '13 double majored in anthropology and neuroscience. She will spend a year as a Presidential Fellow for the Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science.Read more about Emily Fletcher '13 Works as Presidential Fellow

Emily Fletcher ’13, who double majored in neuroscience and anthropology, is working at The Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science. (Photo by: Eli Burakian ’00)

NY Times Features Work of Dartmouth's Sergei A. Kan

The New York Times highlights the work of Dartmouth’s Sergei A. Kan in a story about amateur photographer Vincent Soboleff, a Russian-American who captured images of the Tlingit community of Alaska during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.Read more about NY Times Features Work of Dartmouth's Sergei A. Kan

‘White Noses’ and Self-Esteem (New York Daily News)

New York Daily News reports on a study by Dartmouth’s Lauren Gulbas that found the increase of cosmetic surgery in Venezuela had a lot to do with women’s desire to look “white.”Read more about ‘White Noses’ and Self-Esteem (New York Daily News)

Hood Museum of Art: Much to See and Much to Learn

Dartmouth professors, including Associate Professor of Anthropology Sienna Craig, use the Hood Museum's collection of more than 70,000 objects in their teaching.Read more about Hood Museum of Art: Much to See and Much to Learn

The Hood Museum collection includes more than 70,000 objects.

Dartmouth Anthropologist Speaks at Kuwait Commencement

Dale Eickelman ’64, the Ralph and Richard Lazarus Professor of Anthropology and Human Relations and department chair, delivered the commencement address at the American University of Kuwait (AUK) on June 13, 2013. Eickelman is one of the founders of the partnership between Dartmouth and AUK. Read more about Dartmouth Anthropologist Speaks at Kuwait Commencement

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