Events, Brown Bag Lecture Series, and Colloquia

The Department of Anthropology holds a variety of events and colloquia throughout the academic year, as well as, a weekly archaeologically focused lecture series on Fridays from 12:00p-1:00p.

Details on upcoming events, Archaeology Brown Bags, and Department of Anthropology Colloquia can be found below.

If you have questions about upcoming events, please reach out to anthroinfo@mailplus.wisc.edu.

 

Welcome and Reception                                                                                                                                                          

Friday, September 10, 2021 at 3:00p-6:00p                                                                                                                                   

Program in 8417 Social Sciences from 3:00p-4:00p

Reception on the Third Floor Patio from 4:00p-6:00p (8417 if rain)

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Department Fall Picnic

Friday, September 24, 2021 at 4:00p

Burrows Park

Sign-Up Sheet in Department Main Office

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The Archaeology Brown Bag Series of the Department of Anthropology and
the American Indian Studies program present:

“An Archaeology Led by Strawberries: Reclaiming, Storywork, & Indigenous Wellbeing”

By

Dr. Sonya Atalay

University of Massachusetts – Amherst

FRIDAY

September 24, 2021 at 12:00p

Live via Zoom

Treaties: How we come to be where we are

Wednesday, September 29, 2021 at 6:00p, Live Virtual Event

Learn from the Ho-Chunk Nation’s leading legal experts about treaties, the important documents in any community, and how our ongoing nation-to-nation agreements with @hochunknation are fundamental to daily life here at Teejop (day-JOPE), the place currently known as Madison, Wisconsin. We are all Treaty People. Let’s learn why, together.⁠⁠

Speakers include:

JoDeen B.Lowe, Chief Judge, Ho-Chunk Nation Trial Court (Moderator)

JoAnn Jones, Associate Judge, Ho-Chunk Nation Trial Court

Wendi Huling, Senior Tribal Counsel, Ho-Chunk Nation Department of Justice

Michelle Greendeer-Rave, Tribal Attorney, Ho-Chunk Nation Department of Justice

Sponsored by the Division for Teaching and Learning, Office of the Provost, with support from the American Indian Studies Program and the Department of Afro-American Studies.

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Co-Sponsored Colloquium

The Natural History of Tool Use in Wild Bearded Capuchin Monkeys

by Dr. Dorothy Fragaszy

Dept of Psychology, University of Georgia

Monday, October 18, 2021

3:30p-5:00p

8417 Social Sciences

1180 Observatory Drive, Madison, WI 53706

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