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Anthropology, Sociology merger creates more robust academic department

The Departments of Anthropology and Sociology have merged to create a stronger…

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Anthropology professor awarded major research grant

Miriam Belmaker’s NSF grant will support the purchase of a 3D micro…

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TU researchers awarded grant to buy sophisticated robotic arm

A team from Mechanical Engineering and Anthropology received National Science Foundation funding…

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Anthropology Ph.D. student awarded Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Research Grant

Emily Schumacher plans to use the funds to support her archaeological fieldwork…

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TU paleoanthropologist uncovers ancient humans in Israel

Prehistoric child's vertebra discovered in the Jordan Valley adds to the story…

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Risk management and resilience among the ancestors of the Creek Indians

Professor of Anthropology Thomas Foster’s new book, Apalachicola, is the result of…

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Art history and anthropology major named Global Winner

The Global Undergraduate Awards program has awarded its highest distinction to senior…

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Archaeological research on past land use sheds light on future climate change

Professor of Anthropology Thomas Foster is part of an international team that’s…

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Professors awarded NOVA FuTUre Fund innovation prizes

Associate Professor of English Grant Jenkins and Chapman Associate Professor of Anthropology…

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Early tool time: Anthropology postdoctoral fellow explores bone tools made by our Paleolithic ancestors

NSF SBE postdoctoral fellow Naomi L. Martisius will be spending two years…

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In search of ancient hunters and gatherers

Unable to travel to abroad because of COVID-19, anthropology professor Danielle Macdonald…

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At the intersection of public art and historical trauma

What are the politics and roles of commemorative public art today? Art…