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The Adventures of Wounaan Children and Many Birds/ Wounaan chaain döhigaau nemchaain hoo wënʌʌrrajim/Los niños wounaan, en sus aventuras vieron muchas aves was recently published in three languages and focuses on the Wounaan, Indigenous people of Panama and Colombia, and their relationsh

Congratulations to Assistant Professor, Dr. Attila Gyucha on the publication of his book, Bikeri: Two Copper Age Villages on the Great Hungarian Plain. In this book, Dr. Gyucha along with University of Illinois at Chicago's Dr. William A.

Congratulations to Dr. Danielle Riebe on her new book, Redefining Archaeological Cultures: Boundaries and Interactions during the Late Neolithic on the Great Hungarian Plain. Dr.

UGA Research article, "Gorillas can tell human voices apart," highlights Dr. Roberta Salmi's research methods and findings. In the article, Dr. Salmi discusses gorillas' ability to recognize familiar human voices.

UGA Anthropology alumni, Dr. Brandon Ritchison (PhD ‘19), current postdoc, Dr. Carey Garland (PhD ‘19), and Professor & Lab of Archaeology Director, Dr. Victor Thompson, along with Dr.

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