"Reevaluating the Effects of High Altitude Hypoxia in Times of Rapid Cultural Change among Chugurpampans"
MMBAC (Mind, Medicine, Body, and Culture series) schedule for the semester is as follows: FEB 3 MARCH 3 APRIL 14 MAY 5 If you are interested in leading any of the sessions with a relevant journal article, conference presentation, or manuscript contact one of us.
Dr. Ashley Dumas, University of West Alabama, will present an original video documentary, Making Archaeology Public: Alabama, this Wednesday Feb 22 noon-1 pm, room 21 ten Hoor. Sponsored by the Society for American Archaeology, this is Alabama’s contribution to a video series, one for each state, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the National Historic Preservation
Please mark your calendars for our two spring professionalization workshops, which will take place at 11AM on Monday, February 20 and 11AM on Monday, April 10. Each will be in room 21, and there will be pizza. The topic for the February meeting will be developing a teaching portfolio (including constructing sample syllabi). The April
Biocultural anthropologists, MMBAC (Mind, Medicine, Body, and Culture series) schedule for the semester is as follows: FEB 3 MARCH 3 APRIL 7 MAY 5 10am room 21 If you are interested in leading any of the sessions with a relevant journal article, conference presentation, or manuscript contact one of us.
Please find attached information regarding the next job talk by Dr. Katie Chiou. GRAD STUDENTS – there will be a lunch question/answer session on Thursday, 1/26 at noon in rm. 21. Lunch will not be provided.
Hi folks! To elaborate--Bonnie Kaiser, my colleague who works in mental health in Haiti and is currently a postdoc at Duke, will speak in room 21 at noon tomorrow. She is a really fantastic methodologist and an emerging leader in psychological anthropology whose work focuses around developing new, locally relevant ways for measuring trauma in