- Cultural Relativism and the Destruction of Cultural Artifacts by the Islamic State
- Pathogens found in Ice Man's stomach
- Home on the Ranch: Saddling Up With Hawaii’s Cowboys
- Honduras leader proclaims archaeology bonanza but 'lost city' doubts linger
- Building Research Partnerships with Physicians and Patients
- Roman archaeology uncovered under UK motorway
- Prehistoric Massacre Hints at War Among Hunter-Gatherers
Conferences and Field Schools
- SAA 81st Annual Conference
- SFAA Annual Conference
- CSAS 62nd Annual Conference
- SEAC 73rd Annual Conference
- AAA 115th Annual Conference
- SHA 50th Annual Conference
- TU's 19th Annual Student Research Colloquium
- Koobi Fora Field School
- St. Croix Field School
Our Favorite Links
TU Anthropology Students Help Kids discover Anthropology
For World Anthropology Day TU anthropology students headed to Kendall-Whittier Elementary School to introduce anthropology as a four field disipline to kindergarden through sixth-grade students. Each station presented one of the four field and a hands on learning station.
Anthropology Graduate Student Awarded AAA Minority Fellow
Alicia Odewale was the recipient of the 2015-2016 AAA Minority Dissertation Fellowship. "This annual fellowship of $10,000 is intended to encourage members of ethnic minorities to complete doctoral degrees in anthropology, thereby increasing diversity in the discipline and promoting research on issues of concern among minority populations."
Anthropology Students Participate in World Hijab Day
Anthropology Students participate in the 3rd World Hijab Day. World Hijab Day was created to foster a better understanding about the experience of Muslim women and the reasons behind wearing the Hijab. "Because all women should be able to express their beliefs without fear of persecution."
Surface Metrology Group
Our next meeting, Thursday, March 3rd, at 12:30pm. This time we will be discussing chewing in study and experiment. All are welcome! If you would like to join or check out the readings, please contact either Dr. Danielle MacDonald or Dr. Miriam Belmaker.
Lambda Alpha Weclomes Dr. Lauren Norman from the University of Kansas, presenting her work on "Interpretations of Past Animal and Human Lifeways from Arctic Arcgaeofauna." Lunch provided, in the siminar room at 12pm.
Unstoppable Machines and Unrelenting Thoughts
The University of Tulsa's Department of Anthropology and SSIG welcome Dr. Harold Odden, “Unstoppable machines and unrelenting thoughts: Cultural conceptions and management of insomnia in the U.S.”