Trudy Turner, congratulations! Prof. Turner recently received the AAPA's Gabriel W. Lasker Award for Distinguished Service to the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, its members, and the field of physical anthropology.
Tracey Heatherington's course "The Political Ecology io Imagination" offered in the Master's of Liberal Studies program was mentioned in a New York Times article.
Murph Pizza's book, Paganistan: Contemporary Pagan Community in Minnesota's Twin Cities, based on her 2009 Anthropology Ph.D. thesis, will be available April 17 from Ashgate Publishing.
Anthropology Department faculty and students participated in the Archaeology Fair held at the Milwaukee Public Museum in cooperation with the Archaeological Institute of America - Milwaukee Chapter Friday and Saturday March 7 and 8. See Fox 6 News feature on the Fair.
April 17, 2014, 7:00pm
Patricia Richards, Anthropology, UW-Milwaukee - will present “'All lie down together and are soon forgotten' - The 2013 Milwaukee County Poor Farm Cemetery Project," Bolton Hall - B56. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Archaeological Society.
April 18, 2014, 3:00pm
Jeffery Snodgrass Anthropology, Colorado State - will present "Stress and Resilience among Indian Indigenous 'Conservation Refugees': Toward a Biocultural Ethnographic Science" in an Anthropology Colloquium talk, Sabin G28.
April 26, 2014, 9:00am
Bernard Perley, Anthropology, UW-Milwaukee - will present "Uncanny Capital: Imperial Discomfort and the Emergence of Coyote Capital," at the Center for International Education Research Conference "The End of Capitalism", Hefter Center, UW-Milwaukee