This summer, in a unique collaboration, a team from the University of Wisconsin–Madison recovered wreckage and possible human remains from a site in France where an American pilot crashed during World War II.
Archaeology Brown Bag Lecture: Friday, October 28, from noon to 1 p.m., room 5230 Social Sciences Building, UW–Madison. Invited speaker is Yanxi Wang, Boone Postdoctoral Research Fellow, The Field Museum, Chicago, IL
Lecture: Monday, November 7, 2016, 3:30 p.m., Room 6210 Social Sciences Building, 1180 Observatory Drive on the UW–Madison campus. Invited speaker is Gary W. Crawford, Professor of Anthropology, University of Toronto, Mississauga.
A team of ethnographers headed by our own alumna Tanya Rodriguez (PhD 2012) has been featured recently in Fortune, Forbes, and Bloomberg News. If you want to see why large corporations like Hormel have turned to anthropologists, …
Professor Amy Stambach has recently been featured in the “Africa in Our Lives” series from UW’s African Studies Program. You can read about her fascinating research in Tanzania here.
Archaeology Brown Bag Lecture: Friday, October 7, 2016, Rm 5106 Social Sciences Building, UW–Madison. Invited speaker: Henry T. Baum, Glynn L Isaac Professor of African Paleoanthropology, Department of Anthropology, UW–Madison.
Archaeology Brown Bag Lecture: Friday, September 30. 2016 from noon to 1 p.m. in Room 5230 Social Sciences Building, UW–Madison. Invited speaker: Christopher Hays, Professor of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin, Washington County.
At the site of Co Loa, researchers (including UW Anthropology’s Nam C. Kim) are examining the foundations of power in Southeast Asia – featured in the latest issue of Archaeology Magazine.