Nine academics with university ties will assist Walsh as he prepares to become Boston's first new mayor in 20 years.
Archaeologists and Native American tribal nations tend to disagree on the right way to approach historical investigation. Archaeologists, trained to perform scientific tasks in a closed environment, don’t generally welcome input from…
Steve Silliman, professor of anthropology at UMass Boston, talks about the archaeology field school for UMass Boston and the Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation.
The Health Equity Scholars Program (HESP) for Fall 2013 is not available.
The event, hosted by the Office of Community Partnerships, connects the worlds of academia and civic service to create vital social programs inside and outside of Boston.
UMass Boston will house an Iwariwë: The Origin of Fire Amongst Men, an exhibit recounting the arrival of fire among the Yanomami people, through Friday, September 28 on the fifth floor of the Healey Library.
Comprehensive Center of Excellence recognized by National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities
UMass Boston's Institute for New England Native American Studies is cosponsoring the Boston Harbor Islands Native American Festival on Sunday, July 22, on Peddocks Island.
Leading Native Studies scholars from around the world came together at the Mohegan Sun Convention Center in Uncasville, Connecticut earlier this month for the 2012 Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) annual meeting, cohosted by the University of Massachusetts Boston.
The University of Massachusetts Boston is cohosting the 2012 Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) annual meeting through June 6 at the Mohegan Sun Convention Center in Uncasville, Connecticut.
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