Past Anthro. News
- 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
Anthropology Student Awarded National Science Foundation Grant
The Anthropology Department is pleased to announce that doctoral candidate Alicia Odewale has won an NSF grant!
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Early Upper Palaeolithic Lithic Technology, February 24, 2016
Lambda Alpha welcomed Dr. Seiji Kadowaki from Nagoya University, who presented his research, “Early Upper Palaeolithic lithic technology in the Syrian Desert and its implications for the dispersal of Homo sapiens.”
Bridge or Barrier, February 19, 2016
The University of Tulsa's Department of Anthropology and SSIG welcomed Dr. Rita George-Tvrtković, who presented, "Bridge or Barrier? The Virgin Mary and the History of Christian- Muslim Relations."
Thesis and Dissertation Prep, February 10, 2016
Dr. Thomas Foster led a discussion on "How to Prepare a Thesis/Dissertation Defense."
Tipping Points, January 14, 2016
The George Odell Foundation and Lambda Alpha welcomed Dr. Jayne Wilkins (University of Cape Town) for a lecture and workshop in the Department of Anthropology on "How Hunting Innovations Impacted Human Evolution."