Volunteer for OPAC’s OPEN3 Simulated Archaeology Program!

Tucson’s not-for-profit Old Pueblo Archaeology Center invites School of Anthropology graduate and undergraduate students to develop their hands-on archaeology, education, and people skills by volunteering to assist with Old Pueblo’s “OPEN3” simulated archaeological excavation learning program for children.... Read more

Sheridan Speaks at Canoa Ranch

Distinguished Outreach Professor Thomas Sheridan will present at a gathering of the Arizona Land and Water Trust this weekend. ALWT will celebrate their 40th year of protecting priority lands and waters in Southern Arizona tomorrow, Saturday, December 1, 2018, 4:00-6:00 pm at Historic Canoa Ranch. Dr. Sheridan’s presentation is titled “... Read more

Stoffle Presents in Barbados

Professor Rich Stoffle delivered an invited paper, co-produced by his research team, in Barbados, West Indies at a conference entitled Itinerant Identities: Museum Communities/ Community Museums (November 7–9). This was an international conference organized by European Union, Latin American and Caribbean Museums and the Museum... Read more

Recent Publications: Hasaki’s Publication on Largest Terracotta Statue from Bronze Age Greece

Associate Professor Eleni Hasaki and Rachel DeLozier published an experimental archaeology project on the largest terracotta statue from the Bronze Age in Greece in an article titled “Terracotta Statues from Ayia Irini... Read more

Recent Publications: New Book from Hedlund

Ann Lane Hedlund (Arizona State Museum, retired SoA faculty member) is co-author of the new book, Navajo Weavers of the American Southwest (Arcadia Postcard History Series, 2018; see announcement), with Peter Hiller and Ramona Sakiestewa. At the Southwest Art History Conference in Taos, NM, during October, Dr. Hedlund presented an illustrated talk about the book’s historic photographs, which depict Navajo weavers and their families from the 1880s to 1980s. Her... Read more

Alumni News: Moore Award for Miller

Congratulations to D. Shane Miller (Ph.D. Arizona, 2014), who was presented the CB Moore Award at the Southeastern Archaeological Conference in 2018 in Augusta, GA, earlier this month. Dr. Miller is currently Assistant Professor in Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures at Mississippi State... Read more

Haynes Is 2018 Thompson Award Recipient

Congratulations to Regents’ Professor Emeritus C. Vance Haynes! Dr. Haynes is the 2018–2019 recipient of the Raymond H. Thompson Award, the ninth in a distinguished line of awardees. Upon learning of the award, Dr. Haynes said, “Being a geologist, I never thought I had a chance for the Ray Thompson Award. What a... Read more

Another Carson Scholar!

It turns out that there are two SoA Carson Scholars this year! Like Bailey Stephenson, whose award we recently announced, graduate student A. Grace Steig has been awarded $5,000 to support her graduate research, as well as training and experience... Read more

Singletary Receives SWABA Award

Graduate student Britt Singletary won 1st runner-up for best student podium presentation at the Southwest Association of Biological Anthropologists (SWABA) meetings held in Las Vegas, Nevada on November 3. Britt’s presentation was titled “It takes a village: Evaluating the effects of allomaternal care on developmental outcomes... Read more

Hanson Speaks in Phoenix

Kelsey Hanson (current SoA Ph.D. student) will be giving a talk titled “Layering Diverse Relationships to Place: A View from the Top of Inscription Rock” this Friday, November 16 at the symposium “Cultural Resources in an Era of Shifting Government Policy.” Hosted by the Beus Center for Law and Society at the Arizona State University... Read more