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Lecture by Dr. Sarah Sterling this Saturday!

Dr. Sarah Sterling will present “Why Build the Pyramids? Exploring one of ancient Egypt’s Most Fascinating Phenomena” in Cannon Beach this Saturday, Oct. 22nd. This presentation explores the intertwined history of Egyptian beliefs about the afterlife, the construction of early tombs and later pyramids, and the economic and environmental motivations for their construction. See our News and Events page for more information.
Location: Cannon Beach History Center and Museum
4:00 p.m.Saturday, October 21, 2017
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Doug Wilson’s Book Review, Historical Archaeology Through a Western Lens

Professor Douglas Wilson’s review of Mark Warner and Margie Purser’s book Historical Archaeology Through a Western Lens has just been published in Historical Archaeology. 

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Ken Ames’ Publication in the Journal of Social Archaeology

Faculty Emeritus Kenneth Ames co-authored a recently published paper in the Journal of Social Archaeology entitled, “The role of small villages in Northern Tsimshian territory from oral and archaeological records.” Find it here

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Charles Klein’s “Opening Up the Echo Chamber”

Anthropology Department Professor Charles Klein’s article “Opening Up the Echo Chamber: Teaching Cultural Competence in Contentious Times” has been published in the current issue of Teaching Anthropology.   

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Mandy Elder’s Thesis Defense – This Friday at 2 p.m.!

Please join us at 2 p.m. in Cramer Hall 287 for Mandy Elder’s Thesis Defense:

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Save the date! Anthropology Department End-of-year Party! Thursday June 8th

You are invited to the Anthropology Department’s annual end-of-year party!

Where: Cramer Hall 141, Anthropology Department Lounge
When: Thursday June 8th, 4:00 – 6:00 PM
What: Refreshments, Outstanding Senior Award, Newman Award, Scheans Award, and the new Suttles Award
Why: To celebrate another successful year
Family and friends are welcome to come!

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Archaeology First Thursday- May 4th!

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