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Dr. Lamia Karim’s Guest Viewpoint in Register Guard

Professor Lamia Karim’s guest viewpoint entitled “#MeToo helping to end the silence” was published in the Register Guard. Click here to read!

Dr. Fitzpatrick’s new book!

Click here to read more about Ancient Psychoactive Substances.

Dr. Fitzpatrick published in Popular Science

Congratulations, Dr. Fitzpatrick, for your article published in Popular Science! Pick up the January/February 2018 issue, or see below for text.    

A Heavy Price

Scott Fitzpatrick, Professor of Archeology at the University of Oregon I research some of the world’s most intriguing ...

Professor Michelle Scalise Sugiyama quoted in The Atlantic

Dr. Scalise Sugiyama was quoted in an article entitled “The Desirability of Storytellers” in The Atlantic, regarding story-telling among hunter-gatherers. Read the article here: The Desirability of Storytellers Congratulations, Dr. Scalise Sugiyama!

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, ...

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:

Scher Named Divisional Dean

Professor Philip Scher of anthropology has been named Divisional Dean for Social Sciences. His three-year term begins July 1. He succeeds Carol Stabile, who has served as interim dean since August 2016. A committee of department heads and others recommended Scher to W. Andrew Marcus, Tykeson Dean ...

UO graduate students get a taste of Native camas cooking

Roasted chestnuts, sweet potatoes, cassava: Those were the reactions about the taste of camas bulbs pulled from a traditional-style Native American rock oven 13 hours after roasting them in a pit outside the Many Nations Longhouse. The opinions came from a small group of UO graduate students. Two ...

Professor Scott M. Fitzpatrick Featured in National Geographic!

Archaeology Professor Scott M. Fitzpatrick has been featured in National Geographic’s July 2017 issue. Professor Fitzpatrick talks about the voyaging strategies and seafaring skills colonists around Palau may have had. You can read his feature below:   Congratulations Professor ...
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