Engagement Lecture Series
Dr. Yolanda Moses, , University of California, Riverside
Universities as Sites for Cultural and Societal Transformation: A National Imperative
September 13 | 9:30 AM | PFEN 241
August 28th (Wednesday)
Purdue University-wide Study Abroad Fair
PMU South Ballroom - 10am-3pm
September 5th (Thursday)
College of Liberal Arts Study Abroad Fair
Centennial Mall (outdoors; in front of WALC)
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8/22/2019 Michele Buzon started working at the archaeological site Tombos in modern-day Sudan while she was still a graduate student. She and a collaborator, Stuart Tyson Smith from the University of California, Santa Barbara, have been excavating the Nubian site since 2000. Read more and watch a video featuring her work in the Nile River Valley here.
8/22/19 Evelyn Blackwood, professor Emeritus published an article in the Washington Post. This piece draws on her upcoming book, “Dreams of a New World: Bay Area Lesbian Histories”
8/6/2019 - PhD Candidate Katie Whitmore and Professor Michele Buzon have recently published an article in the International Journal of Paleopathology that focuses two individuals from the archaeological site of Tombos who lived with a form of dwarfism.
7/26/2019 - We’re excited to introduce six new Concentrations in several specialty areas within the Anthropology major! See the Undergraduate Studies page for more details.