Thu, 09/14/2017 - 4:17pm
David Hurst Thomas has served as curator of anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History in New York since 1972, and, for seven years, served as the chairman of the department of anthropology. Thomas has conducted archaeological research on St. Catherines Island since 1974. Sponsored by the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences and the department of anthropology.
Fri, 04/07/2017 - 5:50pm
Charles Hale gives the talk as part of the Franklin College Visiting Scholar Program. He holds a joint appointment with the departments of African and African Diaspora Studies and of Anthropology at University of Texas at Austin. Professor Hale’s scholarly interests include identity politics, racism, neoliberalism, and resistance among indigenous peoples of LatinAmerica. His talk will explore shifts in positionality involved in activist research…
Mon, 02/06/2017 - 12:44pm
Read Professor Kelly's faculty page here. His recent book published by the UC press expands upon the themes he'll present in the talk; find the synopsis here.  
Tue, 01/03/2017 - 4:58pm
Scott Ortman’s research focuses on: Integrative approaches to the long-term histories of American Indian peoples Expanding the role of archaeology in the social sciences, and the social sciences in archaeology Ortman’s research incorporates methods, theories and data from many fields, including archaeology, linguistics, human biology, cultural anthropology, complex systems and psychology to understand the processes of ethnogenesis, social…
Wed, 11/16/2016 - 5:54pm
The full title for this talk is Snake Oil, Silver Buckshot, and People Who Hate Us: Metaphors and Conventional Discourses of Wood-Based Bioenergy in the Rural Southeastern U.S. Sarah Hitchner is presenting this lecture as part of the requirements for consideration as an adjunct professor in the anthropology department