Professor Charles Price lecture at Temple University

November 12, 2018 Anthropology Professor Charles Price is a part of the Dean’s lecture series at Temple University.

Anthropology professor to edit book series

November 6, 2018 A new book series, Bridging Anthropological Perspectives on Health and Well-Being, (University of Florida Press) is being launched under the editorship of Dale Hutchinson (U North Carolina) and Sharon DeWitte (U South Carolina). Of particular interest are … Continued

Anthropology Professor featured in College of Arts & Sciences magazine

October 29, 2018 Anthropology professor, Dr. Patricia Mcanany and InHerit program director, Dylan Clark’s research work was featured in the College of Arts & Sciences magazine. To find the entire article discussing their research, click here.

Department Celebrations!

October 10, 2018 Karla Slocum has started her five-year named professorship, the Thomas Willis Lambeth Distinguished Chair in Public Policy Lorraine Aragon won a Rajkumar Faculty Fellowship from the Carolina Asia Center during summer 2018. Ampson Hagan has been awarded … Continued

Summer Research in Peru!

August 10, 2018 Anthropology professor Florence Babb and graduate student Lucia Stavig spent some time doing research in Peru in July.  

Women’s Place in the Andes Engaging Decolonial Feminist Anthropology

August 9, 2018 Anthropology Professor Florence Babb recently had her book published through University of California Press. Find the book and more info here!

Report from the Final Week of Excavation at the UNC Archaeology and Bioarchaeology Field School in Peru

July 31, 2018 Report from the Final Week of Excavation at the UNC Archaeology and Bioarchaeology Field School in Peru Aidan Paul This is the third in a series of three reports on the excavations being conducted by the UNC … Continued

In the Field with Aidan Paul in Peru – Part 2

July 17, 2018 Report from the Second and Third Weeks of Excavation at the UNC Archaeology and Bioarchaeology Field School in Peru Aidan Paul This is the second in a series of three reports on the excavations currently being conducted … Continued

Anthropology PhD student helps with UNC Edible Campus

July 12, 2018 Working with plants in the present and the past, Ph.D. candidate Gabby Purcell has split her summer between dissertation research in the lab, and an internship with the UNC Edible Campus program. Her dissertation research involves looking … Continued

In the Field with Aidan Paul in Peru!

July 5, 2018 Report from the First Week of Excavation at the UNC Archaeology and Bioarcheology Field School in Peru Aidan Paul  This summer marks the 20th annual UNC Chapel Hill archaeological field school in Peru’s Moche valley, the birthplace … Continued

Canine Cultures Class Featured in Durham Herald Sun and University Gazette

June 15, 2018 A dog may be man’s best friend, but the relationship is far more complex than most folks think. That’s what students in a Maymester course titled Canine Cultures discovered while using sociocultural anthropology research methods and concepts. … Continued

Congratulations Class of 2018!

May 14, 2018 Congratulations to the Anthropology class of 2018! Watch the ceremony here


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