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Professor Karim’s research award

Congratulations to Dr. Lamia Karim for her Wenner-Gren award for research on post-industrial workers who are women who have been aged-out of the global apparel industry in Bangladesh. This is the research is part of her next book “After Work: Life in the Shadows of Capital in ...

Professor Lara published article in Feminist Studies

Congratulations to our colleague Ana Maurine Lara whose article titled, ” A Smarting Wound: Afro-Dominicanidad and the Fight against Ultranationalism in the Dominican Republic was published in a special issue of Feminist Studies in a section titled “Race and Reproduction in Mexico, ...

Symposium: Islam, Feminism, & the Women’s Mosque Movement

Friday October 27th, 2017 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Gerlinger 302 Come support Dr. Baxter at this important symposium. View Around the O article: http://around.uoregon.edu/content/symposium-will-investigate-themes-islamic-feminism

Archaeology Talks: Potlatch and the Southwest Oregon Research Project: 22 Years of Oregon Native Empowerment

Archaeology Talks: Potlatch and the Southwest Oregon Research Project: 22 Years of Oregon Native Empowerment

 Friday, October 20  Museum of Natural and Cultural History 1680 E 15th Avenue, Eugene, OR In 1995, four Coquille Tribal members embarked on research project to Washington, DC, hoping to ...

Undergraduate, Carly Pate has been featured in CASCADE Magazine!

Carly Pate, an undergraduate anthropology student, has been featured in the University’s CASCADE Magazine about her research on raccoons. She has conducted research at the American Museum of Natural History in New York as well as in the UO Primate Osteology Laboratory. You can read the full ...

Dr. Silverman interviewed by CBS

Dr. Silverman is interviewed by CBS San Francisco Bay area for her expertise on Roma Gypsies. View interview in entirety: http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2017/09/25/bart-panhandlers-begging-roma/

Spring 2017 Commencement

On June 19, 2017, University of Oregon Department of Anthropology graduated 55 minors, 74 majors, 3 master’s candidates and 5 PhD candidates. Congratulations, graduates! Niria Garcia delivered the commencement address; Seeds of Hope. View the 2017 Anthropology Commencement Program. View ...

How have mind-altering substances shaped humanity? – Museum of Cultural and Natural History with Dr. Fitzpatrick

Ideas on Tap Quench your thirst – for beer and for knowledge – at Ideas on Tap, the museum’s monthly pub conversation series. Enjoy Claim 52 beers and thought-provoking discussions about science, ecology, history, and more. First Wednesday of the month 6:00 p.m. Sprout! Regional ...

MNCH awards grants from the Edna English Trust

Congratulations to three UO scholar grant recipients for their 2017 summer research! One grant was awarded to Matthew Napolitano for his fieldwork this summer in Yap, a second to Damion Sailors to support his research on traditional Oceanic fish traps, and a third to the MNCH’s Dr. Patrick ...

2018 Homer Barnett & Theodore Stern Fellowship Receipients

Congratulations to the two recipients of the 2018 graduate teaching Fellowships:   Homer Barnett Fellowship: Amira F. Ainis–  344: Oregon Archaeology   Theodore Stern Fellowship: Kathleen Piovesan– Anth 322: Anthropology of the US (online)   Committee: Carol Silverman ...
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