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.

Spring 2019PresenterTitle
Jan 31Dr. Georgia FoxAll Dried Up: The Archaeology of Drought in Antigua
Feb 7Dr. Charles UrbanowiczAnthropology and Creativity
Feb 14Dr. Matthew StoneLocal, Authentic, and Innovative Food Travel Experiences
Feb 21Amy HuberlandFrom Ishi to Maple Creek Ranch: A Local Perspective on the History of Cohasset, California
Feb 28Karin Wells, Sam Mijal, & Dr. Ashley KendellMedicolegal Applications of 3D Scanning and Modeling
Mar 7Dr. Deborah PruittBoardroom Natives and Tourist Hustlers: Lessons in Culture Applied
Mar 15Geoff SmithAncient Lifeways in the Oregon Outback: Almost a Decade of Research in the Big Empty
Mar 28Dr. Caitlin EarleyArt and the Ancestors: Sculpture from the Maya Cave Complex at Quen Santo, Guatemala
Apr 4Dr. Rachel HenslerNative American Traditions and the Spanish Colonization of the Southeastern United States
Apr 11Daniella HildagoHow NYE Happens in the House Music Scene: Two Winters with the Black Madonna
Apr 18Jesse DizardThe Dark Side of Alternative Energy
Apr 25Dr. Carly WhelanSaving It for Later: Preliminary Results of Acorn Storage Experiments
May 2Dr. Eric BartelinkRecent Research on Ancient Diet in American Samoa
May 9Dr. Brian Brazeal-ALVA Student FilmsALVA Student Films Spring 2019