Due to COVID-19, the Department of Anthropology offices will be closed beginning on March 17th, 2020, until further notice. During this time, faculty and staff will be telecommuting from home and will be most accessible via email. Please visit our Department People page for individual contact information. For general questions, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or (608)262-2866. Our office staff will be checking their voicemail regularly. UW-Madison will begin alternative course instruction on March 23rd, 2020, to continue through the end of Spring 2020 semester.
Department of Anthropology Events
Holtz Center for Science and Technology Studies Colloquium-Online
Finger Printing and Finger Pointing: Debating India’s Biometric State
STS Colloquium with Vijayanka Nair, Lecturer in Anthropology
Thursday, April 9th, 2020 at 12:30p-1:30p
to participate: go.wisc.edu/x6q1qo
meeting number (access code): 624 927 964
meeting password: Holtz
Meet Our Faculty
Learn more about our faculty's innovative and transformative research on the human experience and the research themes that cross-cut our program. Much of their research is supported with a wide variety of external grants and fellowships.
Our faculty have been recognized for their excellence in teaching, including three recipients of the Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Award. More than half of our faculty have been recognized with the UW Housing Honored Instructor Award.
- March 25, 2020
Karen Strier featured in National Geographic Brasil for her conservation efforts. Click on the link to access the article and see gorgeous photographs of the muruqui monkeys.February 26, 2020
- More UW-Madison Anthropology News posts
- April 17CSEAS Friday Forum Lecture Series/Archaeology Brownbag Series"Community Engagements and Partnerships in Archaeological Fieldwork in the Philippines: Prehistoric Heritage to Recent History," by Laura Lee Junker12:00 PM, 206 Ingraham Hall
- April 28RESCHEDULED: Conference on Migration: Latin America and the U.S.: New Steps, Old RoutesKeynote Address: “The Latino Threat: Constructing Immigrants, Latinos and the Nation”5:15 PM, Pyle Center