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Dr. Fitzpatrick quoted in Daily Mail UK

Dr. Scott Fitzpatrick was interviewed for an article entitled, “Rock and rolling in it: The island that uses two-ton, 12ft high, limestone discs as MONEY”, for the Daily Mail UK. Click here to read!

Dr. Fitzpatrick quoted

Dr. Scott Fitzpatrick was quoted for an article entitled, “Tiny Micronesian Island Uses the World’s Largest And Heaviest Coins for Everyday Use.” Click to read!

Dr. Silverman awarded Honorable Mention for 2018 Joel Palmer Award

The Oregon Historical Quarterly Editorial board selected Dr. Carol Silverman’s article, “Oregon Roma (Gypsies): A Hidden History,” as Honorable Mention for the 2018 Joel Palmer Award. Click here for more information and to read her article. Congratulations!

Dr. Walsh awarded 2018-19 Korea Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship

Dr. Rory Walsh, research assistant in the Academy of Korean Studies KSPS Laboratory, has been awarded the 2018-2019 Korea Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship for her research, “Ceramic Specialization and Exchange in Complex Societies: A Compositional Analysis of Pottery From Mahan and Baekje in ...

CSWS Celebrating Research

The Center for the Study of Women in Society will host a celebration of their faculty affiliates research, including the work of several Anthropology faculty members. Thursday, May 3rd 12pm-1:30pm Crater Lake North, EMU Celebrated Anthropology faculty and their works include: Aletta Biersack, Gender ...

Snodgrass, Sugiyama, Eick, & Gildner publish research for Shuar Health and Life History Project

Dr. Josh Snodgrass, Dr. Lawrence Sugiyama, Dr. Geeta Eick, and graduate student Theresa Gildner published a paper entitled, “Tradeoffs between immune function and childhood growth among Amazonian forager-horticulturalists”. The study followed children from Ecuador’s indigenous ...

Dr. Silverman quoted in NY Times article

Dr. Carol Silverman was quoted in a New York Times article entitled, “Term of Affection? Ethnic Slur? Theater Union Decides that ‘Gypsy’ Must Go.” Click here to read the full article. “’It is an ethnic slur,’ said Carol Silverman, a professor of anthropology at ...

Stephen, Lara, & Carter receive 2018 Faculty Research Awards

Dr. Lynn Stephen, Dr. Ana-Maurine Lara, & Dr. Alison Carter received 2018 Faculty Research Awards. The awards, distributed annually by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation, support scholarship, creative projects and quantitative or qualitative research from all ...

Anthropology faculty awarded 2018-19 CSWS Faculty Research Grants

Dr. Maria Fernanda Escallón and Dr. Ana-Maurine Lara have both been awarded 2018-2019 CSWS Faculty Research Grants. CSWS (Center for the Study of Women in Society) supports research on women and gender at the University of Oregon. Dr. Maria Fernanda Escallón was awarded $6000 for “Women ...

Dr. Stephen quoted in Marketplace

Dr. Lynn Stephen was quoted in an article in Marketplace entitled “What role do immigrants pay in U.S. labor force?” “Lynn Stephen, an expert on immigration at the University of Oregon and president-elect of the Latin American Studies Association, said the Trump administration’s ...
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