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John Swogger presents “Zap! Pow! Dig! Comics, Communication, and Pacific Archaeology”

John Swogger, Archaeological Illustrator and Comic Book Writer from Wales, will be presenting his research tomorrow at 4 PM in the Knight Library Browsing room. His presentation is entitled: “Zap! Pow! Dig! Comics, Communication, and Pacific Archaeology” ...

Klaree Boose – 2016-2017 CAS Dissertation Research Fellowship recipient!

CAS Scholarships and Fellowships Congratulations to Klaree Boose who has been selected as a recipient of a College of Arts and Sciences Dissertation Research Fellowship for the 2016-2017 academic year.
CREDIT Courtesy of Daphne Gallagher

Use of Shea Butter Pushed Back 1,000 Years

Production of butter from shea trees in West Africa pushed back 1,000 years University of Oregon anthropologists explore layers of households built atop of each other for 1,600 years and find shea nuts have been used since A.D. 100 UNIVERSITY OF OREGON University of Oregon-led research in Burkina ...

Professor Lee awarded fund for Dr. Crema through The Global Oregon Faculty Collaboration

The Global Oregon Faculty Collaboration (GOFC) Selection Committee has funded your application to bring Enrico Crema from the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona to the University of Oregon to conduct a research on the “Prehistoric population movement in Korea during and after the ...

Hyunsoo Lee awarded the CAPS Small Professional Grant

Hyunsoo Lee was awarded a Center for Asian and Pacific Studies Small Professional Grant of $250 for travel in China and Korea to collect data for his research on long-term interactions between ancient Northeast China and Korean Peninsula.

American Ethnological Society’s Elsie Clews Parson Prize Winner!

Congratulations to Ivan Sandoval. He just learned that his paper “Incomplete Lives: The Unfinished Houses of Undocumented Migrants in Oaxaca, Mexico,” which he presented at the AAA annual meetings in Denver, Colorado won the American Ethnological Society’s Elsie Clews Parsons ...

2016 Grad Forum

Congratulations to all! (see for details) Breaking New Ground in the Sciences Panel – “Stress and Coping,” Kelsey Kuperman, Counseling Psychology; Erica Midttveit, Human Physiology and Anthropology; and Kristen Reinhardt, Psychology. And In Our Own ...

Freedom Fighter

Stricken by refugees’ plight, anthropologist gets involved. Family traveling in San Sebastian in Guatemala, ‘‘Claudina” was two years old when her father left Guatemala for work in the United States, and five when her mother left to join him. For the next nine years, she endured emotional ...
Damion Sailors

Damion Sailors is the recipient of the 2015 Cheryl L. Harper Memorial Fund Scholarship

Congratulations on being selected as this year’s recipient of the Cheryl L. Harper Memorial Fund Scholarship. We are very happy to be able to financially support work on your dissertation project, “An Archaeological Study of Pacific Island Aquaculture.” The committee was impressed ...
Human Origins Cave Painting Poster

Exploring Human Origins

The Smithsonian Institution, the American Library Association, and the Cottage Grove Public Library present: “Exploring Human Origins: What Does it Mean to be Human?” February 17 – March 15, 2016 For more information: Cottage Grove Public Library: 541-942-3828 ...
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