“My dream was to have a book to read to my daughter. This touches a core in me, and really elevates the language,” says Hilaria Cruz, Neukom Institute postdoctoral fellow
The William J. Bryant 1925 Professor of Anthropology Deborah Nichols and Sergei Kan Professor of Anthropology and Native American studies were recognized for their 2017 publications.
Please join us for the last of five talks: "Microbial Archaeology, from Microbiome to Milk" by Prof. Christina Warinner (Max Planck Institute, Univ. of Oklahoma), at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 6, 2018, Haldeman 041.
"Little by little, people are recognizing the importance of native languages," says the Neukom Postdoctoral Fellow in linguistics and anthropology.
The Department of Anthropology is pleased to present Prof. Deborah A. Thomas: "Political Life in the Wake of the Plantation: Affect, Witnessing, Repair". On February 22 at 4:30pm, Kemeny 006.
Prof. Kivland article about the response of Jerry Rosembert Moïse -a prominent Haitian graffiti artist- to President Trump “shithole” remark, published on Anthropology News . Chelsey Kivland is an assistant professor of anthropology at Dartmouth College and studies street politics, insecurity, and public art in Haiti.
You are invited to visit our Department! We have an open house organized at Silsby Hall from 10am to 4pm. Click in this link to see the detailed schedule. We hope to see you during #AnthroDay!
Oxford Handbook of the Aztecs, edited by Prof. Deborah L. Nichols and Enrique Rodríguez-Alegría has been selected by CHOICE as a 2017 Outstanding Academic Title.
Prof. Kan becomes a member of the Editorial Board of Etnograficheskoe Obozrenie, Russia's leading anthropology journal.
Dr. Vanessa Diaz, a Cesar Chávez Postdoctoral Fellow, is currently teaching FILM 46.01 for the Film & Media Studies domestic study program in LA.