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Discussion on Empires

What is an empire? Experts will discuss this issue on 28 October 2019 at 5pm in SOEB 118.


New Course: Anthropology of Infectious Disease

Dr. Cassandra Workman will be offering her new course: Anthropology of Infectious Disease. Anthropological approaches to (re)emergent infectious disease epidemics: […]


Music, Sound, and Power

New Course: Music, Sound, and Power

Gavin Douglas has created a new course in Anthropology: ATY 300X: Music, Sound, and Power. This course will examine the […]


Archaeological Field Schools in Peru and Tanzania

The Anthropology department at UNCG is once again offering two summer field schools. Dr. Egeland will be taking students to […]


Distinguished Alumni Ceremony for Dan Diaz

Join the department in honoring Dan Diaz, UNCG Anthropology Department’s 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award. When: Thursday, 17 October 2019 Time: […]


Dr. Nash’s Research on the Wari in National Geographic

Dr. Donna Nash’s research on the Wari of Peru recently appeared in National Geographic: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/culture/2019/04/beer-diplomacy-dying-days-wari-empire/


Departmental Graduation

May 10, 2019 from 1pm to 3pm in School of Education Building, Room 120 — Free Parking:  Oakland Parking Deck   Graduation Program.2019


Tea Talk: Dr. Le Blanc on Ancient Rome

What do coins reveal about life in ancient Rome? April 11th at 5:30 in Graham 421 Snacks will be served.


Changes to ATY Curriculum

Beginning in the Fall semester of 2019, the Department of Anthropology will offer ATY 363 (History of Anthropological Theory) and […]


Dr. Rick Potts speaking at Harriet Elliott event

The Department of Anthropology is proud to host this year’s Harriet Elliott Lecture Series. As one of UNCG’s premier events, […]


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