Dr. William Meadows reviews his summer research interviewing Native Americans and giving talks about his research across the southwest. This summer, Dr. William Meadows conducted fieldwork with the Laguna, Hopi, Navajo, and Choctaw Tribes in New Mexico, Arizona, and Oklahoma. On July 29, Dr. Meadows served as the keynote speaker for the Congressional Gold Medal Ceremony at … [Read more...] about Meadows’ Summer Research on Code Talkers
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Congratulations to 16 majors who graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology at the spring commencement, as well as Grace Gronniger, Stephen Dyle, and Seth Baltz who received the MS in Applied Anthropology. … [Read more...] about 19 Anthropology Students Graduated this Spring
The Library Center is hosting a traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian entitled “Exploring Human Origins: What Does it Mean to be Human?” from May 9-June 2. Dr. Richard Potts, a paleoanthropologist at the Smithsonian, will give a lecture on Monday, May 9 from 7-9 pm in the Library Center auditorium. Dr. Suzanne Walker-Pacheco from Missouri State and Dr. Erin Kenny … [Read more...] about Exhibit on Human Origins to be at Library Center May 9-June 2.
Larry Grantham from the Missouri Department of Transportation will give a presentation entitled “Osage Sites and Archaeology: Cultural Change in the 17th-19th Centuries,” which will trace the Osage from “first contact” until 1825 when they left Missouri, at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, May 4, at the Center for Archaeological Research, 622 S. Kimbrough. The … [Read more...] about Osage Sites and Archaeology