Mark your calendars; Giving Day, brought to you by UConn Gives, will be running this week on March 8th and 9th! It is a great opportunity to support the Anthropology Department. Any donations, no matter how much, would be greatly appreciated. To give, visit our fundraising page here.
A new study published in Science Advances contextualizes the traditions and technological knowledge of early, pioneering Homo sapiens. The study demonstrates the mastery of archery by modern populations and extends the evidence of archery in Europe back by about 40,000 years.
Congratulations go out to graduate students Tanner Kovach and Jayson Gill for completing and publishing a new scholarly article in the prestigious Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory! The article, entitled School of Rocks: a Transmission Time Investment Model for Pleistocene Lithic Technology, proposes a “transmission time investment model for integrating the tenets of human […]
On Wednesday, March 8th, at 7:00 PM, Jim Bailey of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut will be hosting a virtual lecture entitled Pirates on the Run: An Investigation of 17th Century Arabian Coins Found in New England. It is free to join and will be held via Zoom. Be sure to sign up! Click here […]