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Department of Anthropology

Anthropology Forum

Past Anthropology Forums(opens in new window)

Thursdays 4 p.m.
Ayres Hall, Room 120

These lectures are free and open to the public.

Fall 2018PresenterTitle
Sept. 6Dr. Gwenola RicordeauPrisoners Unionization and Strikes: From the 70s and Nowadays
Sept. 13Dr. Patricia DonzePop Music Personas
Sept. 20Mallory Peters, Vanessa Reeves, and Sandy DurdenBones, (Head) Stones, and Human-Deer Interaction: A Survey of Anthropology Student Research
Sept. 27Dr. Melanie Beasley

Tales from the Body Farm: What Nitrogen Isotopes Can Tell Us About the Postmortem Interval

Oct. 4Ashlyn Weaver

Hawaiian Genealogies, Arts and Artifacts

Oct. 11Dr. Matt O'BrienDukha Reindeer Herders of Northern Mongolia and Human-dog Relationship
Oct. 18Dr. Brian BrazealRubies and the Paradox of Ethical Extraction 
Oct. 25Dr. Ariane Belanger-VincentGender Mainstreaming in Mine Action: Women and the Worldwide Efforts to Eradicate Landmines
Nov. 1Dr. Bill LokerSleeping with the Dead in Honduras: A Tale for Dia de los Muertos
Nov. 8Christina QuigleyWhere Tanzania Meets Congo: Ports in Music and Social Spaces
Nov. 15Adrienne Scott and Pam Kruger

Of Primary Importance: Equipping K-12 Students and Teachers with Curatorial and Librarian-Style Methods of Inquiry 

Nov. 29Dr. Colleen MilliganTBA
Dec. 6Dr. Jesse Dizard

Human Rights to Water

Dec. 13Dr. Eric BartelinkTBA