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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…


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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 […]


25th NCSU Summer Ethnographic Field School in Guatemala

25th NCSU Summer Ethnographic Field School in Guatemala: Learn how to design, conduct, investigate your own research project North Carolina State […]


Wyoming Archaeological Field School

The 2018 University of Wyoming Archaeological Field School June 11 – July 18, 2018 FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: DR. ROBERT […]


Race and Sexual Harasment Panel Discussion

Come to a panel talk on race and sexual harassment. When: THURSDAY FEBRUARY 15, 2018 4PM TO 5PM Where: CURRY […]


Greensboro History Museum Summer Internships

The Greensboro History Museum is welcoming applications, from students with backgrounds in anthropology or sociology, for a 2018 “VISITOR STUDIES, […]


Making Habitat for People, Plants, and Pollinators: Urban Vegetable Gardening as a Practice of Care for Communities and Ecosystems

The Anthropology Department Presents a Talk by: Dr. Megan Maurer Making Habitat for People, Plants, and Pollinators: Urban Vegetable Gardening […]


Native Museum Studies Internships in Santa Fe

Interested in working with Native collections? The Indian Arts Research Center (IARC) at the School for Advanced Research in Santa […]


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