We would like to congratulate Alex Brittingham for a successful defense of his PhD dissertation Research on September 23rd titled: “Stable isotopes in the Southern Caucasus: Modern Variability, Preservation and Archaeological Applications”.
Alex is a recipient of Lady Davis Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Department of Earth Sciences and Institute of Archaeology the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
He will join no less than four different funded international research projects in Israel, Armenia, Georgia, and Ethiopia.
UConn Anthropolgy would like to congratulate Dr. Zareen Thomas, Dr. Anne Kohler, and Dr. Joy Ciofi, for successfully defending their respective PhD dissertations this Spring. Continue reading
Several of our Anthropology majors and ANTH 3028W students were busy presenting their research at the Spring 2019 Frontiers in Undergraduate Research this weekend. Continue reading
We want to extend our heartiest congratulations to undergraduate Anthropology major Luke Anderson for winning an honorable mention in UCONNs Aetna Writing in the Disciplines award Continue reading
On April 15th Ph.D candidate Zareen Thomas will defend her thesis entitled ‘Youth Mediators: Hip-Hop, NGOs, and the Politics of Identity in Colombia and Bolivia’. Continue reading
Our Ph.D student Elic Weitzel recently published his first article as sole author. Continue reading
Dr. Cynthia Frank and Ph.D Student Mary Bugbee were both honored on this year’s UConn University Teaching Awards, awarded by CETL. Continue reading
Join us for a seminar on April 12th, discussing the progress and aftermath of the peace accord that took place in 2016, officially ending the conflict between the Colombian government and Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia. Continue reading
We offer several courses over Summer Sessions 1 & 2. Including W-courses. For a list of the full schedule have a look here. Our W-courses fulfill multiple requirements, and are listed right here. Sign-up begins March 25th. We strongly advice you to sign up early as we have limited seats.
Reccent UConn Anthro alumna Dr. Jacquelin Meier is part of a research project investigating the expanded diet of Neanderthals. Continue reading