• Ring of Brodgar: Neolithic henge and stone circle (Orkney Island, Scotland, 2015)
    Danielle Phelps


  • Avalon Beans: Earth Harmony Festival, Avalon gardens; beans grown on site (Tumacacori, AZ, 2015)
    Danielle Johnson


  • Olla on the Litho: Excavation of a large olla from above the Lithodendron (Petrified Forest, 2013). William Reitze


  • Graffiti Culture: Incomplete graffiti painting of an Amerindian woman on a wall (Cayenne, Guyane, 2015)
    Jonna Yarrington

     

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2022 Dozier Recipients
Congratulations to Rebecca Wey, Sarah Renkert, and Kate Barvick, the 2022 School of Anthropology Dozier Award recipients! Rebecca and Sarah’s paper... read more
Commencement 2022, Live and In Person!
For the first time since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the School of Anthropology will hold an in-person celebration tomorrow morning, May 14,... read more
Summer Session Flyers—Summer 2022
Watch this space for Summer Course flyers! Over the coming weeks, we'll provide links to flyers for SoA course offerings for summer session, 2021... read more