Staff and faculty are working remotely and all remain on email and able to set up phone and virtual meetings upon request. We are doing our best to respond to calls and emails when they come in and will respond to requests as soon as possible.

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Please visit SoA COVID-19 Information OR the *NEW* School of Anthropology Phase 5 Research Restart page:

  • 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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Anthropology News

Inomata and Triadan to Present for AAHS
SoA professors Takeshi Inomata and Daniela Triadan will give an online talk titled “Early Formal Ceremonial Complexes and Olmec-Maya Interaction,”... read more
MENAS Presents: Dr. Megan Carney, "Solidarity as Method"
Registration will be capped at 25.Go to ... read more
Alum Fladd to Present Virtually on Pueblo Ceramics
“Containing Identities: Social Roles of Ceramics in the Pueblo Southwest” will be presented virtually on Tuesday, Sept. 21, from 6:00–7:30 p.m. (MDT... read more