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Publications

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

Recent Publications: Social Science & Medicine Article from Lee

Ph.D. student Amanda A. Lee and her co-authors from Washington University in St. Louis had an article recently published in Social... Read more

Recent Publications: Carney Co-Edits American Anthropologist Forum

Assistant Professor Megan Carney co-edited a Vital Topics forum for the latest issue of American Anthropologist. ... Read more

Recent Publicatons: Bailey, Adams, Rowe Publish in JAAS

Ph.D. student Kassi Bailey... Read more

Recent Publications: Schiffer's Latest Novel Is a Political Mystery

Troubled by Trumpworld’s assault on the rule of law and human decency,... Read more

Recent Publications: New Mortuary Practices Book from Watson

Associate Professor... Read more

Recent Publications: Grad Student Piece in UA Press Book; Book Release Event

Graduate student Michelle Rascon-Canales has an essay in a new book from UA Press. Her piece “‘Broken-Heartedness’ or Systematic Police Killings: Testimonios and Sequelae Deaths” is included in Roberto Rodriguez’s new book, Yolqui: A Warrior Summoned from the Spirit World. The book’s cover shows... Read more

Recent Publications: New Archaeological Theory Volume from Fogelin

Associate Professor Lars Fogelin recently released an eBook, An Unauthorized Companion to American Archaeological Theory. This book is an introduction to archaeological theory... Read more

Recent Publications: Third Mystery from Michael and Annette Schiffer

Michael Brian Schiffer (M.A. 1972, Ph.D. 1973), the Fred A. Riecker Distinguished Professor Emeritus, and Annette Schiffer have just published Book 3 in their mystery series, The Oak Grove Chronicles: A Tough Nut to Crack. Professors... Read more

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