This Friday at 3PM, please join Chris Lynn in the Grad Student Lounge for a chat about returning from the field. We’ll be talking about the realities of coming back from fieldwork & trying to jump right back into teaching, writing, or research & how many of us would just rather do anything but for
"This View of Life: Completing the Darwinian Revolution"
Please join us for the first meeting of Medicine, Mind, Biology and Culture (MMBAC) with Dr. Pritzker and Dr. DeCaro on (9/18) at 1 pm to 2 pm in room 21. They will be sharing a draft of their article, Imagining Biocultural-Linguistic Anthropology, which we will distribute one week prior to the meeting.
Clay will be presenting our FABBL on the Archaeology of the Gorgas House
The Sixth Biennial Meeting of the Society for Amazonian & Andean Studies October 5-6, 2019 Tuscaloosa, Alabama The Society for Amazonian and Andean Studies (SAAS) Meeting is a biennial national conference dedicated to showcasing and promoting research in the Amazonian and Andean regions of South America. First held at Florida Atlantic University in 2008,
The keynote lecture of the Sixth Biennial Meeting of the Society for Amazonian and Andean Studies will be given by Dr. Christine Hastorf of the University of California Berkeley. This lecture is free and open to the public. *** Chthonic Powers and Earth Beings at Chiripa, Bolivia Armed with data from over two decades of
Armed with data from over two decades of archaeological research on the Taraco Peninsula located in the Titicaca Basin of Bolivia, Hastorf will present on its residents’ past and present engagements with the landscape through the material evidence the Taraco Archaeological Project (TAP) has encountered over years of excavation and ethnographic research in the region.