In a recent Valley News article, Prof. Kivland expressed concerns about the end of Temporary Protection Status for Haitians displaced by the earthquake in 2010.
Find out how drones are enabling today's archaeologists to preview sites of interest before taking out the shovel and brush.
"Instead of vilifying the racial minority or immigrant, as has Trumpism, populism should target the political-economic system that has benefited few people at the expense of all of us," write Profs. Kivland and Mladek, associate professor of German studies and comparative literature.
Prof. Sergei Kan presented two papers at this conference. A biannual gathering, which brings together tribal elders, indigenous cultural preservation activists, and the general public (Native and Non-Native) with academic scholars in the fields of anthropology, history, linguistics, art, etc.
Dr. Amanda Tan has been awarded the American Society of Primatologists Deb Moore Award for Early Career Primatologists. It honors "exceptional researchers who demonstrate passion and dedication for extending knowledge through original research of primates in their natural environment."
"The pattern for interaction between white people and the Inuit in those early days was pretty disdainful," says the visiting professor of anthropology in a "Washington Post" story about Charles Francis Hall, an unlikely adventurer.
An anthropology major, Everett is so interested in the way climbers use their hands and feet that he has begun studying the phalanges (what we would call our fingers and toes) on fossilized remains of early humans.
Upright walking is a hallmark of being human. Enroll in the MOOC and explore how this unusual form of locomotion evolved with Assoc. Prof. Jeremy DeSilva. Class begins September 26th!
Prof. Zaneta Thayer's research indicates that stress early in life may predispose adults to chronic disease.
Prof. Sienna Craig and 26 other professors contributed a chapter in a new book of essays edited by Prof. Dan Rockmore.