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three people conducting archaeological excavations in the side of a small hill

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…

two title pages from seventeenth-century books entitled Indian Dialogues and Tears of Repentance

Recovering 17th-century Indigenous lives and voices

Chapman Professor of English Laura Stevens and two colleagues at other universities…

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Digital Modernism

Since 2003, the Modernist Journals Project (MJP) has been a vibrant site…

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Language rights at home and abroad

Prolific scholar Eduardo Faingold recently published his 12th book, Language Rights and…

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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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Imagining Russian Hackers: Myths of Men and Machines

Media Studies’ Benjamin Peters recently co-convened a multidisciplinary symposium of international scholars…

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Choctaw treasures: From New France to Old France

Far from their origins in the vast French colony once known as…

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Decolonization: Expanding Indigenous representation in post-secondary studies

The lack of representation of Indigenous people and cultures is a concern…

Professor Danielle Macdonald and three other people in an archaeological pit in the Jordanian desert

In search of ancient hunters and gatherers

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

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Personality matters

Chair of Psychology Robert Tett and his team are meta-analyzing results of…