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The Gary Miller Art Project: Artistic Response From a Mohawk Institute Survivor

Dr. Neal Keating (Department of Anthropology) has been awarded a $75,000 grant from the Survivors’ Secretariat in Six Nations Grand River Territory to lead The Gary Miller Art Project.

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Archaeology Field School Featured in Democrat & Chronicle

Frost Town Archaeology was featured in an article by the Democrat & Chronicles that describes an upcoming lecture by Dr. Alex Smith, who will discuss the project for the Bristol Hills Historical Society at the Cumming Nature Center.

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Paige Doerner

BA in Anthropology, BS in History, MA in History

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Anthropology Faculty Present at a Near Eastern Archaeology Conference

Dr. Jennifer Ramsay and Dr. Rozenn Bailleul-LeSuer present their research at the American Schools of Oriental Research in Chicago, Illinois from November 18-20.

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Frost Town Archaeology Program Returns with a 2022 ACLS Sustaining Public Engagement Grant

Dr. Alexander Smith, Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology, received an American Council of Learned Societies Sustaining Public Engagement grant as part of a $3.5 million responsive funding program by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Roadkill to Research

How a student road trip turned into an unforgettable experience of a different kind.

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Due May 15: Feldman LGBTQ Paper Award Submissions

Have you written a research paper that focuses on LGBTQ experiences and/or issues? Submit your paper to the Douglas A. Feldman Paper Award. The winner receives $1,000.

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How Have Plants Shaped Human Culture?

Dr. Jennifer Ramsay, Department of Anthropology, published a co-authored chapter (Sarah Walshaw and Karla Hansen-Speer) titled “Plants as Staple Foods” in Volume 1: A Cultural History of Plants in Antiquity.

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Jonathan Broida

BS in Anthropology and History, MA in History

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Funerary Dining or Offerings for the Dead?

Dr. Jennifer Ramsay published a co-authored article with Dr. Megan Perry (East Carolina University) that examines the role plants played in Nabataean Funerary practices in Petra, Jordan.