Victoria Priola

Thursday, April 27, 2023

Congratulations Victoria Priola

Friday, February 24, 2023
PhD student Victoria Priola has been awarded the Archaeological Institute of America's 2023 Archaeology of Portugal Fellowship.

Congratulations Corinne Watts

Friday, February 24, 2023
Graduate student Corinne Watts successfully passed her comprehensive exam during this semester and has now moved to ABD status in the doctoral program.

On power and policy in post-colonial Africa: an introduction

Friday, February 24, 2023
Associate Professor Theodore Powers recently had an article published in the Journal of Contemporary African Studies, entitled "On power and policy in post-colonial Africa: an introduction."

Anthropology undergraduate Phi Beta Kappa invitees Spring 2023

Friday, February 24, 2023
This semester, three Anthropology undergraduate students were invited to join the Phi Beta Kappa society, the nation's oldest and most prestigious undergraduate honors organization.

Brittany Anderson, PhD student, Anthropology, featured in "Dare to Discover" series

Thursday, January 26, 2023
Featured in "Dare to Discover"

Ebenezer Adeyemi featured in the 2022 OVPR "Dare to Discover" series

Congratulations to Ebenezer for being featured in the Office of the Vice President for Research’s 2022 “Dare to Discover” series of downtown banners!
Margaret Beck

Searching for Red with Margaret Beck

An anthropological archaeologist, Margaret Beck is continually searching—sometimes physically, for artifacts or geological samples, but always intellectually—to understand how people once lived, how they prepared and served food, taught and learned craftwork, used local resources, moved within their landscapes, and spread their traditions. Currently, she’s studying red-painted archeological ceramics and iron-rich geological samples to discover how Native peoples created and applied the color red in the central United States. The answers aren't always easy to find centuries later.