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CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium “The Border and Its Meaning: Forgotten Stories”

Wednesday, April 25, 2:30-4:30pm Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Ford Lecture Hall Dr. Lamia Karim will participate on the panel discussion. Click for more information.

Anthropology Colloquia Series: Dr. Loren G. Davis

The Department of Anthropology is pleased to announce our Spring 2018 Colloquia schedule consisting of several guest speakers and professional development workshops. The Spring 2018 colloquia are sponsored by the Department of Anthropology, the Association of Anthropology Graduate Students (AAGS), ...

Dr. Stephen Dueppen to give talk at MNCH

Anthropology Professor Dr. Stephen Dueppen will be giving a talk titled: Hunting and Empire in Medieval West Africa at the Museum of Natural and Cultural History on campus on Wednesday, April 11 at 3:00 pm.

Curator Talk with University of Oregon anthropologist Stephen Dueppen

Curator Talk: Hunting and Empire in Medieval West Africa with University of Oregon anthropologist Stephen Dueppen   Wednesday, April 11 in the Galleria at the Museum of Natural and Cultural History (located on 15th between the Knight Law School and Global Scholars Hall) 3:00 pm   ...

Undergraduate Anthropology Club Meeting: Tales from the Field

UO Undergraduate Anthropology Club, 1st meeting of Spring Term:

Monday, April 9th 2018 at 6:00pm in Condon 204

Our first meeting of Spring term we will have guest speaker & grad Alex Hickmott will be talking about her experience in the field, working 5 months in the Democratic Republic of the ...

Jeremiah Lecture Series on Archaeology

China and the West before the ‘Silk Routes’: Cultural Contacts, 2000-100 BCE Dr. Lothar von Falkenhausen, Professor of Chinese Archaeology and Art History, UCLA Friday, April 6, 2018, 4pm Knight Library Browsing Room Recent archaeological discoveries in China and beyond have reopened a ...

ANTH 4/514: Activist Anthropology Poster Session Recap

On Wednesday, students from ANTH 4/514 held a poster session to show case the work they have done over the course of the term. Posters ranged in topics from environmental justice, native/indigenous women’s rights, intersectional theories on race and gender, and the prison industrial complex. ...

New Exhibit Featuring Anthropology Department

From monkeys and maps to fossils and folklore, the museum’s collections help University of Oregon scholars solve mysteries about our planet and our collective human experience.

Faculty Talks at the Museum:

1. El Nino, Canoes, and Currents: Ancient Seafaring in the Pacific

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CLLAS Symposium

Justice Across Borders: Gender, Race, and Migration in the Americas Thursday, March 8, 9am-7:30pm – Click here for full schedule! Dr. Lynn Stephen –  “Women and Gender in Latin America and U.S. Latinx communities” – 10:40-11:50am Knight Library Browsing Room Dr. ...

Kalapuya Cuisine: Harvesting and Cooking Camas

Saturday, February 24 at 3 pm Downtown Eugene Public Library (100 W 10th Ave, Eugene) Delve into Kalapuya food culture with University of Oregon archaeologist and MNCH curator of zooarchaeology Madonna Moss. As part of her new UO course, The Archaeology of Wild Foods and Pre-Neolithic Cooking, ...
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