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Alumni Jamie Forde Accepts Position at Edinburgh University

Aug. 10, 2020

Jamie Forde has accepted a Lecturer position, equivalent to a tenure-track Assistant Professor, in Art History at Edinburgh University, Scotland! Congratulations Jamie!

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Saturday, August 29, 2020 - TEDxMileHigh: RISE with Dr. Sarah Kurnick

July 29, 2020

TEDxMileHigh: RISE featuring our very own Dr. Sarah Kurnick. Ideas alone cannot change the world. They require a courageous community ready to listen carefully and do the work of translating ideas into action and change. They require us to see beyond the status quo and question what else is possible...

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Diana Wilson Named Social Science's Employee of the Month

July 28, 2020

Congratulations, Diana! Our very own Diana Wilson has been chosen by Dean David Brown as the staff employee of the month in the Social Sciences division. Thank you, Diana, we are truly grateful for all of your commitment and hard work!

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Friday, July 24th Together Against Anti-Blackness Working to Eradicate Discrimination in Indigenous, Arab, Asian and Latinx Communities

July 13, 2020

Organized by Observatorio de Las Américas Join us for this collaborative discussion addressing anti-blackness sentiments and discriminatory conduct within our very own communities of color. This is a two-part event consisting of a public discussion and followed by a small-group workshop. During the first part, we will have a guided...

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Scarlett Engle receives UGGS Graduate Research Excellence Award

June 25, 2020

Scarlett Engle receives UGGS Graduate Research Excellence Award. These awards were chosen from a competitive set of applications. Nice job, Scarlett!

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Scott Ortman's Science Advances Article Featured in CU Today

June 24, 2020

Ancient societies hold lessons for modern cities By Daniel Strain • Published: June 19, 2020 Ancestral Pueblo peoples lived in the Puye Cliff Dwellings near modern-day Los Alamos, New Mexico, from about 900 to 1580 AD. (Credit: CC photo via Wikimedia Commons ) Today’s modern cities, from Denver to Dubai,...

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Carla Jones' Pandemic Diaries Featured in Colorado Arts & Science Magazine

June 23, 2020

Documenting fear, anger, grief, humor, love By Kenna Bruner • Published: June 22, 2020 Anthropology students at CU Boulder explore how we feel a pandemic As graduate students in Professor Carla Jones’ advanced anthropology seminar worked through challenging course materials in the spring of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic inevitably wove...

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Wednesday June 24th - Ethnography in Progress with Kristen Drybread and Georgia Butcher

June 19, 2020

Join Kristen Drybread and Georgia Butcher Wednesday, June 24 for Ethnography in Progress! They will be discussing Kristen Drybread's article "The Infrastructural Terror of Brazil’s Clandestine Graves" (abstract below). Georgia Butcher, Ph.D. Student in Cultural Anthropology, will be the discussant. The Details: Date: Wednesday, June 24 Time: 12:00pm–1:30pm MT Location:...

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Friday, June 19th -Virtual Guided Dialogue on the Anthropology of Race, Racism, and Privilege

June 8, 2020

Join the virtual guided dialogue on the anthropology of race, racism, and privilege with the anthropology graduate students from the University of Colorado Boulder. We will be discussing what it means for white folks and non-Black POC to be an ally to Black communities at this time. We will have...

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AGSA Statement of Racially-Biased Vioence

June 7, 2020

AGSA Statement on Racially-Biased Violence 8 June 2020 In light of the recent murders of Black citizens—Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, Tony McDade, and countless others—we cannot stay silent. We are outraged by these acts of violence that have been carried out on those who have been historically and...