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Tag: Anthropology

  1. Study Abroad Open House for Caribbean Society and Culture
    Free Caribbean food. Instructor and students available to share their experiences and answer questions.
  2. CANCELLED: Open House for Caribbean Society and Culture
    Study in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands this summer. Learn more about this opportunity at the Open House!
  3. From Independence to Plymouth: One Grad Student’s Story
    UMass Boston graduate student Tyler Kyrola spent his summer searching for the borders of the original Pilgrim settlement.
  4. UMass Boston Students Seek Original Plymouth Settlement Walls
    Through UMass Boston's field school, students have spent the last month digging on the north side of Burial Hill Cemetery looking for the Pilgrim settlement.
  5. New Exhibit Celebrates Collaboration Between Archaeologists and Tribal Nations
    Photos and artifacts are on display in the Healey Library until the end of November.
  6. New Exhibit Celebrates Collaboration Between Archaeologists and Tribal Nations
    Photos and artifacts are on display in the Healey Library until the end of November.
  7. Conversations Between Communities: UMass Boston Archaeology for/with the Nipmuc and Eastern Pequot
    The Institute for New England Native American Studies cosponsors this panel discussion and a month long photography and artifact exhibit in UMass Boston's Healey Library.
  8. Caribbean Studies Festival and Open House
    A day of fun, learning and appreciation of caribbean society and culture.
  9. UMass Boston Minute: Archaeology at the Eastern Pequot Reservation
    Steve Silliman, professor of anthropology at UMass Boston, talks about the archaeology field school for UMass Boston and the Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation.
  10. UMass Boston Students Go Beyond Classroom to Gain Insights on Caribbean Culture
    UMass Boston students earning college credit visited eight different Caribbean islands this summer to explore issues like militarization, health disparities, and tourism.
  11. UMass Boston Alumna Earns Coveted Fulbright Award
    Hamden, Conn. Native, East Boston Resident Will Spend Year Teaching English in Italy
  12. Blurred Borders: A Book Presentation and Conversation with Prof. Jorge Duany
    The Office of International and Transnational Affairs, the Office of Graduate Studies, Latino Studies, Caribbean Studies, the Anthropology Department, Casa Latina, and Club Mangú invite you to attend.
  13. UMass Boston to Host Native American Film Festival
    Associate Professor of Anthropology Amy Den Ouden, the Anthropology Department, and other campus groups have organized a Native American Film Festival that takes a different look at the legacy of Columbus Day.