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The winner of the 2020 Sutlive Book Prize for Historical Anthropology, Alizer Doostdar will give a lecture on his research exploring the intersections of Islam and science.
Midterm grading period begins
Withdrawal period ends
Annie Blazer of the William & Mary Religious Studies Department will give a talk on the ethical aspects of doping and confession in elite sports.
Dr. Stefani Crabtree from Utah State University will give a talk on archaecology.
Interested in learning about Anthropology’s One-Year MA and Undergraduate Honors Programs? Come to the information session hosted by Drs. Jenny Kahn and Jonathan Glasser.
Alexis Ohman, Anthropology, will present her Ph.D. Defense, "Rations and Recreation: Comparative Zooarchaeological Analysis of Betty's Hope Plantation and Shirley Heights Fort in Antigua, West Indies"
Chris Rodning of Tulane University will give a talk on Joara, Cuenca, and Fort San Juan: Indigenous Peoples and Iberian Colonists in the Western North Carolina Piedmont, 1540-1600.