Anthropologist at Dartmouth: Davina Two Bears

Davina Two Bears is a 2017-2018 Eastman Fellow from the Program in Native American Studies at Dartmouth College. She is an Alumni of Dartmouth, where she majored in anthropology.Read more about Anthropologist at Dartmouth: Davina Two Bears

Anthropologists at Dartmouth: Dr. Hilaria Cruz

Hilaria Cruz is a Linguistics Neukom Postdoctural Fellow in the Program of Linguistics at Dartmouth College.   She completed a Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin in 2014.Read more about Anthropologists at Dartmouth: Dr. Hilaria Cruz

Quote of the Day - 01/26/18 Chelsey Kivland

"We believe that leaders must recognize that environmental policy is health policy. Rollbacks of environmental regulations will cause far greater consequences on health, in the U.S. and globally, than any health care bill." Read more about Quote of the Day - 01/26/18 Chelsey Kivland

Series on Environmental Archaeology - Lunchtime talks

In the fourth of five talks, Kristina Douglass, presents "Environmental Archaeology and Late Holocene Lifeways of Southwest Madagascar" on February 1st at 12:30p.Read more about Series on Environmental Archaeology - Lunchtime talks

Series on Environmental Archaeology - Lunchtime talks

In the third of five talks, Erik Otárola-Castillo, presents “The Effects of Climate Change on the Diet of Great Plains Paleoindians” on January 18th at 12:30p.Read more about Series on Environmental Archaeology - Lunchtime talks

Artist Jerry Rosembert Moïse Live Demonstration of Work

You are invited to see Haiti’s most prominent graffiti artist in action! Friday, January 12, 2018, from 10am to 3pm in the Main Hall of Baker Library.Read more about Artist Jerry Rosembert Moïse Live Demonstration of Work

Series on Environmental Archaeology - Lunchtime talks

In the second of five talks, Ari Caramanica presents “Spontaneity and Order in the Agricultural Hinterland of the Ancient North Coast of Peru ” on January 11th at 12:30p.Read more about Series on Environmental Archaeology - Lunchtime talks

Series on Environmental Archaeology - Lunchtime talks

In the first of five talks, Nawa Sugiyama presents "Empowered Animals, Ritualized Violence, and the Construction of Sacred Landscapes: A View from Teotihuacan, Mexico" on January 4th at 12:30p.Read more about Series on Environmental Archaeology - Lunchtime talks

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