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Alumni News: Hart Produces NPS Podcasts

Alumna Sharlot Hart (M.A. Applied Archaeology, 2015) is in the midst of creating a series of podcasts for the National Park Service. The podcasts are about Archeology in the U.S. Southwest, with a focus on NPS sites, programs, and partnerships. You can already download or listen to... Read more

Voyatzis Receives IRDP Grant

Congratulations to School of Anthropology Professor Mary Voyatzis! She is one of the very first recipients of a new University of Arizona grant for International Research and Academic Program Development (IRDP) from the office of Research, Discovery and Innovation and the Office of Global Initiatives.... Read more

“Us” and “Them”: Shifting Lines of Exclusion and the Legacy of Ned Spicer, 11/13/17

This panel commemorates the re-release of UA anthropologist Edward Spicer’s classic book Impounded People: Japanese-Americans in the Relocation Centers (UA Press) with presentations on how and why some groups of people are singled out for exclusion while others are not, how this changes over time,... Read more

“Us” and “Them”: Shifting Lines of Exclusion and the Legacy of Ned Spicer, 11/13/17

This panel commemorates the re-release of UA anthropologist Edward Spicer’s classic book Impounded People: Japanese-Americans in the Relocation Centers (UA Press) with presentations on how and why some groups of people are singled out for exclusion while others are not, how this changes over time,... Read more

Alum Gallaga to Present at Amerind

Learn about new research being conducted at archaeological sites in Chihuahua, Mexico! Meet Dr. Emiliano Gallaga Murrieta (Ph.D. Arizona, 2006), Director of the Escuela de Antropología e Historia del Norte de México (EAHNM), in Chihuahua. Dr. Gallaga will give a public presentation on October 28, 2017 during Amerind Autumn... Read more

In the Media: Nakhai Featured in Game Plan Podcast

Work Dr. Beth Alpert Nakhai is doing on safety from violence and harassment in archaeological field settings is featured in a recent Bloomberg podcast, Game Plan. Listen to “The Harvey Weinstein in Your Industry” here. Dr. Nakhai is an Associate Professor with the SoA and the Arizona Center for Judaic Studies.

Italian Government Names New Olive after Soren

The town of Lugnano in Teverina, Italy has named a new strain of olive recently developed for their world olive collection in honor of Regents’ Professor Dr. David Soren, Honorary Italian Citizen. The olive strain is currently being developed and grown and is of the “Mission” variety. The Soren Olive will be marketed... Read more

Upcoming Events, 10/27/2017 Edition

•    November 2, 2:00 p.m.: SoA Lecture Series presents AGUA Student Lectures. Haury 215. More information
•    November 8, 4:30 p.m.: AIA Tucson Society presents H. Manning and M. Alperstein, “U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Cultural Property. Chavez 111.... Read more

Recent Publications: Stoffle Chapter in New Monograph

Richard Stoffle (Professor of Anthropology; Research Anthropologist, Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology) is lead author of a chapter in Going Beyond: Perceptions of Sustainability in Heritage Studies No. 2, a new monograph from Springer (2017). Dr. Stoffle, together with Kathleen Van Vlack, Richard Arnold, and Gloria Bulletts Benson, contributed the chapter “Cant of Reconquest and the Struggle for Restoring Sustainability of the Southern Paiutes” (pp. 231–... Read more

Upcoming Events, 10/20/2017 Edition

•    October 26, 2:00 p.m.: SoA Lecture Series presents Professor Marìa Nieves Zedeño, “Bison Hunters and Prairie Fires: A View from the Northwestern Plains.” Haury 215. More information
•    November 2, 2:00 p.m.: SoA Lecture Series presents AGUA Student Lectures. Haury 215.... Read more

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