Flood Recovery in Northern Colorado
Cultural Anthropologist, Dr. Kate Browne, and her class do substantive research in disaster recovery which has the potential to shape future recovery efforts.
Ancient Cemetery Sheds Light on the Purepecha Empire
“The discovery of this mortuary complex provides a unique lens through which we can examine changes in health, status and well-being during a period of rapid social change that is associated with the formation of the Purépecha Empire.”
Who’s Afraid of Evolution?
Read on our blog why anthropologists need to take more responsibility for teaching evolution.
Dr. Richard Adams Talks High Altitude Archaeology
The idea that high altitudes and mountains are “untrammeled by man” is turned on its head.
Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania cuts through the modern Serengeti plains and is unique in preserving a nearly continuous record of human prehistory over the last two million years. Help support students to do a field school there!