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“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 ...

Anthropology Colloquia Series: Panel Discussion on Approaches and Challenges in Cultural Heritage

April 17th: Panel Discussion: Approaches and Challenges in Cultural Heritage Time: 3.30 – 4.30 pm Location:  Museum of Natural and Cultural History Description: What’s happening in the world of cultural heritage research? Find out at this public event hosted by the University of ...

The first African Studies Lecture of the term is by Stephen Dueppen!

To start off the African Studies Lecture Series is professor Stephen Dueppen on Archaeological Perspective on Western Burkina Faso.   When: 12 pm Tuesday, April 9 Where: In the Knight Library Browsing Room

Anthropology Colloquia Series: Data Management Plan Workshop

April 8th:  Data Management Plan Workshop by Jonathan Cane Time: noon Location: Condon 204 Regarding data management, open access and storing in perpetuity in reliable places. This workshop will be 30 – 45 minutes long with time for questions. NIH, NSF, etc. and the ethics will be addressed. ...

Informal Gathering to practice SAA Presentations/Posters

Dr. Carter is holding an informal SAA practice session on April 5th form 5-7 in the EMU Falling Sky Pizza back room.   This is an opportunity for graduate students (and other interested faculty/staff) to practice and get feedback on their SAA paper presentations or posters in a friendly ...

Upcoming Dissertation Defenses

Tobin Hansen 

12:00 – 2:00 pm, April 1st, 2019 in Condon 204 Dissertation Title: “Belonging: Place, Care, and Masculinities among ‘Criminal Aliens’ Deported to Mexico”

Kathleen Piovesan 

10:00-12:00 pm, April 2nd, 2019 in Condon Hall 204 Dissertation Title: Valuing ...

ASURE and CURE

Check out our new video and hear what students have to say about the Symposium:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTvld5C8AqY&feature=youtu.be The 2019 Symposium will take place on Thursday, May 16 in the EMU and will include a catered reception at 5 p.m. with a keynote address. ...

Anthropology Colloquia Series: Dr. Virginia Butler

Dr. Virginia Butler, Portland State University

Monday, March 4th| 12:00pm in Condon Hall 204

Dr. Butler received her B.A. in Anthropology at the University of Georgia, and her Masters (Anthropology) and Ph.D. (interdisciplinary studies) at the University of Washington. Virginia joined the ...

John O’Connor Dissertation Defense- Historical Ecology and Community Patterning at Raiatea, Society Islands, French Polynesia

The Department of Anthropology would like to invite you to attend John O’Connor, PhD Candidate Island and Coastal Archaeology Laboratory, dissertation defense –  Historical Ecology and Community Patterning at Raiatea, Society Islands, French Polynesia   Tuesday, March 12, 2-19 @ ...

“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 ...
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