Join the faculty on February 16, 2017 for demonstrations and discussions about the elements of anthropology that interest you.
Check out the wonderful photos Prof. DeSilva shared of our Anthropology students ding cool things and bonding over a fire they made!
"Our ape ancestors started eating fermented fruits on the forest floor, and that made all the difference. We're preadapted for consuming alcohol."
On January 19 and 25, Norbu will spend time painting in the Baker-Berry corridor. A reception for the artist and to celebrate the exhibit will take place on January 25. Norbu will also be visiting classes and staging a popup exhibit of some of his recent work at the Black Family Arts Center.
On their second day of excavating at the 2 million year-old site of Malapa, South Africa, a team of Dartmouth students recovered a fossil of Australopithecus sediba, an early human predecessor.
"This project aims to place the voices and experiences of people who live ‘at the margins’ at the center of designing truly patient-and-family-centered mental health services." - Elizabeth Carpenter-Song, PhD
Asst. Professor, Department of Art History
University of Nevada, Reno
November 4, 2016 – 3:30p – Silsby 113
This paper presents a formal treatment of Frankenstein's reasoning and show that his rationale for denying a mate to his male creation has empirical justification. Our results suggest that the decision was prudent because it averted our own extinction by competitive exclusion.
The topic of this year's conference is Violence Against Difference. Saturday's opening address on structural violence, by Assistant Professor of Anthropology Chelsey Kivland, opens the day of discussions and breakout sessions.
Sharing the Mountain is a project that aims to memorialize the expansive and intricate community that has been established at the Moosilauke Ravine Lodge, by sharing the stories and experiences of Dartmouth students, alumni and community members.