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Archaeological Field Schools: 2018

At UNCG’s Anthropology Department we encourage our students to study abroad and to experience anthropological fieldwork during their undergraduate careers.  […]


Book Club Reads Dr. Anemone’s New Book

Dr. Anemone’s new book is available for preview in PDF format at the following link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1a3AgPwvf2L59jPEnSlFpZfB-4oBBzyOJ  


Info Session on Grad School

Workshop on getting into graduate school.  When: August 29 Where EUC Dogwood Time: 1-2pm


Documentary Film on African Diaspora

Documentary Film Screening on Tuesday, 4 September 2018 from 6-8pm in the International Civil Rights Center and Museum on 134 […]


Anemone on the News

Dr. Anemone discusses race and the recent destruction of Silent Sam on UNC’s campus:  News Video


History for the People

Come out for a discussion on African American and Civil Right Histories in Museums. Where: Feguson 100 When: Tuesday, 27 […]


GRE prep class at Greensboro College

Juniors and seniors interested in taking a GRE prep course should contact Dr. Anemone, the department chair regarding graduate school […]


Anthropology’s “Believe in the G”

Pictures taken in Osteology for the 2018 #Believe in the G fund-raising campaign…


Credit: Martin St-Amant - Wikipedia - CC-BY-SA-3.0

Talk by Emily Schach on Peruvian Mummies and Textiles

Come see Emily Schach give a talk on Peru. Where: Graham 424 When: 21 February 2018 at 5:30pm Food will […]


More Than a Garden: Urban Community Gardens as Spaces of Reclamation

Urban gardens have a variety of benefits. They act as spaces for individuals to connect with nature, places to teach […]


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