Faculty Grad News Spring 2016

July 28, 2016

Late-Breaking News : This summer an interdisciplinary team of specialists (James Cordova, Michelle Goman, Mary Pye), under the umbrella of CU Boulder, recorded and explored a group of unreported caves in the upper basin of the Balsas River, Guerrero, Mexico. Most of them demonstrate an extraordinary history of human occupation... Read more »

Alum News Summer 2016

July 27, 2016

Jessica Lee (PhD '12) and Porter Bourie (PhD '14) are independent contractors with Dexis Consulting Group in Washington, DC. They are part of a burgeoning field: monitoring & evaluation (M&E) of Security Sector Reform. Their M&E program is situated at the Department of State in the Bureau of African Affairs... Read more »

Long before kitten videos, animals inspired art - Erin Baxter, PhD candidate, curated this exhibit at the CU Museum on “Animals in Antiquity” exploring meanings humans have associated with animals over time.

March 15, 2016

Long before kitten videos, animals inspired art Erin Baxter, PhD candidate, curated this exhibit at the CU Museum on “Animals in Antiquity” exploring meanings humans have associated with animals over time. Read the full story in the CU online A&S Magazine at: http://artsandsciences.colorado.edu/magazine/2015/10/long-before-kitten-videos-animals-inspired-art/Read more »

TAG 2016

Nov. 23, 2015

Theoretical Archaeology Group 2016 Conference The Department of Anthropology at University of Colorado Boulder is pleased to be hosting the ninth North American meeting of the Theoretical Archaeology Group : April 22-24, 2016 in Boulder, Colorado . About TAG was founded in Great Britain in 1979 with the aim of... Read more »

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