Anthropology Department

Anthropology Forum

Spring 2023 Schedule

Thursday's 4 p.m. in ARTS 111     

Zoom: 824 2670 9691 Passcode: 180484




2/2/2023 Dr. Colleen Milligan Applying Anthropology to Mass Fatality Policy Development

 Dr. William Nitzky,Aide Olvera,
and Doniella Sebastian

 “Curating An Exhibition”:The making ofDeeply Rootedat the Valene L. Smith Museum of Anthropology”

 Dr. Brian Brazeal

 What Is A Blood Diamond? Part II: Sierra Leone

Dr. Ashley Kendall, Dr. Beth Shook, Dr. Colleen Milligan, and Dr. Eric Bartelink

 Tests, Trials, and Training: Preparing First Responders for   Wildfire Recoveries

Dr. Anita Chaudhry 

 Water Markets and Farm Wealth


 Kyle Palazzolo

Dressed for Success: Assessing and ContextualizingFlower-Pot Mortars in the California Bay/Delta

3/23/2023 Dr. April Kamp-Whittaker

Networks at Play: Sports and the Archaeology of Community in a WWII Japanese American Incarceration Center

3/30/2023Dr. Beth Shook

Opening the door to OER in Anthropology: Benefits for both Students and Faculty.

4/6/2023 Dr. David Eaton

 Empires beyond all horizons: the view from western Iberia

4/13/2023 Dr. Naomi Lazarus  TBD
4/27/2023 Taylor Lambrigger 

This event is both live in ARTS 111, and live via Zoom ID:  824 2670 9691 Passcode: 180484

Previously Recorded Anthropology Forums can be found in two places on the Regional & continuing Education Website at and on the Anthropology Forums Channel at

We would like to thank the Mechoopda on whose traditional lands this event is taking place. Without their support and continued positive presence in our community, we would be unable to forward the cultural and educational work that is at the heart of this event.