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“Visual Clave” Exhibit at JSMA – co-curated by Professor Phil W. Scher

For Latinx artists, music has long been a catalyst used to explore the complexities of identity — and album covers are no different. The newest exhibit at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, “Visual Clave: The Expression of the Latino/an Experience through Album Cover Art: 1940-90,” brings ...

Spring Term Courses and Registration Reminder

Spring term 2019 is right around the corner so look for what courses to take and when you register!   February 8, 2019 Course offerings for Spring 2019 available online February 25, 2019 to March 6, 2019 Initial registration for Spring 2019   Click HERE to find out your ...

Dr. Lamia Karim to give talk at the Work-In-Progress Series

Professor Lamia Karim will be giving a talk titled “After Work: Life in the Shadows of Capital in Bangladesh” The Talk is part of the Oregon Humanities “Work-in-Progress” series. IT will be held in the OHC Conference Room (159 PLC) on Friday, Feb 8th 2019 and 12:00pm.   ...

Anthropology Colloquia Series: Dr. Miriam Stark

“Living with the Mekong: Archaeological Perspectives and Alternate Futures”

Dr. Miriam Stark, University of Hawai’i-Manoa

Thursday, February 7th| 4:00pm in Knight Library Browsing Room

The Mekong River is Southeast Asia’s longest drainage system: more than 60 million people today rely on it ...

Anthropology Colloquia Series: Dr. Bharat Venkat

“The Incurables: A History of Tuberculosis in India (In Three Parts)”

Dr. Bharat Venkat,University of Oregon

Monday, January 28th| 12:00pm in Condon Hall 204

Bharat Jayram Venkat teaches in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Oregon. In general, he writes about science & ...

2019 Undergraduate Research Symposium

SAVE THE DATE! The 2019 Undergraduate Research Symposium will take place May 16th, 2019. This event is sponsored by the Center for Undergraduate Research and Engagement. WEBSITE

Fall 2018 Anthropology Colloquia Series: Tobin Hansen

Tobin Hansen is a doctoral candidate in anthropology at the University of Oregon. His dissertation is based on 19 months of ethnographic research in northern Mexico. It explores the relationships between social and legal belonging, identity formation, and belonging to place, in the context of ...

Ian Redmond: “Conserving the #GardenersoftheForest: Apes, Elephants, and Climate Change”

Conservationist, Ian Redmond will be giving a talk on Monday, October 22nd in 282 Lillis at 7:30 pm.

Fall 2018 Anthropology Colloquia Series: Dr. Ben Marwick

Dr. Marwick is an Associate Professor of Archaeology at the University of Washington, which he joined after completing his PhD at the Australian National University. His other local affiliations include the eScience Institute, the Burke Museum, the Center for Statistics and Social Sciences, the ...

Museum of Natural and Cultural History unveils monumental sculptures

UO Science Museum unveils monumental sculptures
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