Spring views around the Old Well at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Department News and Celebrations

April 24, 2017 Gabby Purcell received a summer research award from the Center for the Study of the American South for her ” Engaged Archaeology: Cherokee Foodways Past and Present” project.  This is in addition to the award that she … Continued

Spring views around the Old Well at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Department News and Celebrations

April 10, 2017 Molly Greene was award a Fulbright to support her research on gender, civilc society and climate change in Colombia. Liz Berger has been offered a 2-year post-doc in the Center for Chinese Studies at the University of … Continued

Spring views at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Department News and Celebrations

March 22, 2017 Undergraduate achievements: The following students will be initiated into Phi Beta Kappa this semester: Lin Cao, Amber Fulford, Charles Lumsden and Emily Reckard. Ad Lane (vice-President of SUA) has been awarded a Burch Fellowship to support his … Continued

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February 16- Anthropology Day!

February 16, 2017 They are cracking the culture codes of consumers and corporations (Intel, Pepsico, Target, Hormel), studying human-machine interactions (driverless cars anyone?), and unlocking the mysteries behind “superspreaders” – the people responsible for accelerating infectious disease epidemics. This week’s … Continued

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Ian Hodder Visits Archaeology Class

February 8, 2017 Ian Hodder from Stanford University was a guest in the Archaeology core seminar (ANTH 705) Wednesday morning. The topic of the seminar was materiality studies. The discussion focused on content in Hodder’s new online book, Studies in Human-Thing Entanglement … Continued

Alumni Hall on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Department News and Celebrations

January 18, 2017 Recent PhD graduate Orisanmi Burton accepted a tenure track job at American University. Charles Price received an IAH Fellowship for Fall 2017.  

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Anthropology Department Celebrations!

December 5, 2016 Bryan Dougan just received  the 2016 Royal Air Morocco-ASA Student Travel Award through the African Studies Association. On Monday November 28, 2016, Malena Rousseau successfully defended her dissertation, “Seeking Buen Vivir: Re-imagining Livelihoods in the Shifting Political … Continued

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Anthropology News and Celebrations

November 14, 2016 New Books: Mara Buchbinder, Michele Rivkin-Fish, and Rebecca Walker, eds. 2016 Understanding Health Inequalities and Justice: New Conversations Across the Disciplines, has been published by UNC Press, Social Medicine Series. New projects: Michele Rivkin-Fish received a $94,000 … Continued

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Fall InHerit Newsletter

November 4, 2016 The Indigenous heritage fall newsletter has been released. Features include InHerit’s newest initiative, introduces the new program director, and so much more! Find the full newsletter by clicking here.

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Anthropology professor Charles Price looks at the how’s and why’s of Rastafarianism

November 2, 2016 Anthropology faculty member, Charles Price, was featured in the Daily Tarheel on Monday for his work on the origins of Rastafarianism. Find the full article here.  

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Anthropology News and Celebrations

October 24, 2016 New Book:  Tricia McAnany’s Maya Cultural Heritage: How Archaeologists and Indigenous Communities Engage the Past is now out from Rowman & Littlefield. New project: Rudi Colloredo-Mansfeld a grant received a grant from the US Embassy-Quito, to inaugurate … Continued

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Arts and Sciences Magazine Features UNC Anthropologists

October 21, 2016 Culture anthropologist, Colin West, and biological anthropologist, Amanda Thompson, were featured in the fall issue of Arts and Sciences magazine. For the full story, click here.


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