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Anthropology Department Commencement

The Department of Anthropology’s Commencement Ceremony is on Sunday, June 16th in the EMU Ballroom at 2:00pm.

Anthropology Department Research Symposium

Tuesday, June 4th from 4:00 – 6:00pm in Condon Hall 301, graduate and undergrad students will be presenting their research projects. Stop by to see what our students have been working on! Light refreshments provided!  

Oral Dissertation Defenses: Cox & Turbin, Friday 5/31

Two graduate students are defending their dissertations Friday, May 31st.

Nikki Cox: Friday, May 31st at 10:30am in the Leona Tyler Conference Room, Susan Campbell Hall

   

Jonathan Turbin: Friday, May 31st at 1pm in the Education Room, Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Graduate Student Amira F. Ainis Dissertation Defense

Friday, May 17th at 2:00pm in MNCH Education Room “Reconstructing nearshore and kelp forest habitats from trans-Holocene occupations at Bay Point, San Miguel Island, California: The archaeology and historical ecology of Daisy Cave and Cave of the Chimneys” 

9th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium

This Thursday, May 16th is the 9th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium. Below is a list of Anthropology Undergraduate Presenters.   The poster session event is from 5:30-7:30 in the EMU Ballroom. For more information about the Symposium: ...

Undergraduate Research Symposium

We invite you to the 2019 Undergraduate Research Symposium on Thursday, May 16 in the EMU and Science Library Visualization Lab. 5:30 – 7:30 | EMU Ballroom  Now in its ninth year, the Symposium has grown to 513 presenters and 290 faculty mentors spanning 75 majors, 21 minor programs, 33 ...

Anthropology Colloquia Series: Graduate Research

May 6th – Works in Progress Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Location: Condon 204 Description: Graduate students Sofia- Vicente-Vidal and Lindsey Foltz will present on their ongoing research. Speakers: Sofia- Vicente-Vidal Lindsey Foltz    

Anthropology Colloquia Series: Dr. Laura Pulido

April 29th – Dr. Laura Pulido Time: noon Location: Condon 204 Title: Spectacular Racism and Environmental Deregulation in the Trump Era   Bio: Laura Pulido is Professor of Ethnic Studies and Geography at the University of Oregon where she studies race, environmental justice, critical ...

Graduate Student Evan Simons’ Dissertation Defense

“Language, Learning, and Land Use: Ecological Knowledge Transmissions in the Gran Chaco and Amazonia”

The Anthropology Colloquia Series and UO Global Studies Institute Present: “Language, Learning, and Land Use: Traditional Ecological Knowledge Transmission in the Gran Chaco and Amazonia”   Dr. María Belén Carpio, Universidad del Nordeste, Argentina Drs. Marcela Mendoza, Michelle Scalise ...
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