Anthropology Department

Anthropology Forum

Spring 2024 Schedule

Thursday's 4 p.m. in CCE 107: Office of Tribal Relations   Zoom: ID: 894 3663 1480 Passcode: 804661
2/1/2024Carissa Legg, Annie Belter, and Momo Martinez

People And The Land A Documentary Film

2/8/2024Lillian Antonelli

What’s Odd About Anatomical Remains?


Dr. Will Nitzky & Colleagues

 Honoring Dr. Valene L. Smith


Ashlyn Weaver

Hawaiian Cowboys: Paniolo Culture, Mexican Vaqueros, and the Untamed Beasts

Dr. Eric Bartelink & Dr. Colleen Milligan

Fluvial Transport of Human Remains in the Sacramento River, Part III


Dr. Brian Brazeal

Visual Anthropology Student Film Showcase: Back To Paradise and Under The Table

3/14/2024Alexandria Firenzi & Stacey Jones

Beyond the Shell: A film on the Culture and Ecology of a Scarce Marine Resource

3/28/2024Dr. Bill Loker

Ruth Benedict and Margaret Mead in the Shtetl: A Curious Episode in the Lives of Ruth Benedict, Margaret Mead and the History of Anthropology

4/4/2024Dr. Ariane Bélanger-Vincent

Landmine Eradication and the Cambodia-Thailand Border

4/11/2024Dr. April Kamp-Whittaker

 Toying with the Past: The Archaeology of Childhood

4/18/2024Dr. David Eaton

 A Few Cities in Southern Europe

4/25/2024Meadow Davis and Emily Jenkins-Moses

Student Research Projects: From Rural Jewish Communities to Empathy in Children's Museums

5/2/2024Br. Brian Brazeal 


5/9/2024Dr. Brian BrazealVisual Anthropology Student Movies

This event is both live in CCE 107: Tribal Relations, and live via Zoom ID:  894 3663 1480 Passcode: 804661

Forum Room

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.