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News

Recent Publications: Covid-19 and Healthcare Infrastructure in Turkey

Ph.D. student ... Read more

Recent Publications: Lanoë, Reuther Article in Science Advances

A study by lead author Carrin Halffman and (among others) alumni ... Read more

Pandemic Possibilities! Zoom Helps Brown Students Plan Class with Roth-Gordon

Brown University has funded eleven undergraduate research assistants to help alum and former post-doc Jen Roth-Gordon plan two new courses for the University of Arizona this fall on the topic of Whiteness and Racial Violence. One of these courses... Read more

New Video Features Maya Researchers

A new SBS Faculty Spotlight from the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences focuses on Professors Takeshi Inomata and ... Read more

Virtual Presentation of Stoffle Team Research

 

The virtual launch of the 15th issue of the International Journal of... Read more

Douglass to Present Online for Amerind

As part of Amerind Museum’s online lecture series, Dr. John G. Douglass, vice president of research and standards at Statistical Research, Inc.,... Read more

In the Media: Hanson Reflects on Embracing the Unknown and Asking “Dumb” Questions

In a recent blog post for Archaeology Southwest’s (Un)Field School blog series, Kelsey Hanson, current Ph.D. student, reflects on the importance of disconnecting... Read more

SoA Undergrad Advising: Changing of the Guard

With bittersweet emotions the School of Anthropology bids farewell today to Ann Samuelson, Senior Academic Advisor for the SoA, American Indian Studies, and Judaic Studies, who is retiring. Although Ann has struggled with the decision to leave a job and students that she loves and cares so much about, in her retirement she will be able to devote more attention to the pursuit of some of her other passions. We will miss Ann... Read more

Montgomery and Research Team Gain NSF Funding

A research team made up of Michael Adler (Southern Methodist University), Severin Fowles (Barnard College), and SoA Assistant Professor Lindsay Montgomery has received a senior... Read more

Inomata-Triadan Research in NSF Video

Recent research by SoA Professors Takeshi Inomata and Daniela Triadan is featured... Read more

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