Calendar

Sep
22
Sat
10:00am - 2:00pm
We are holding a series of workshops this coming year, designed to train graduate students in critical field and lab-based skills. Most of these workshops are designed for archaeologists, but can have broad applicability. Our first workshop is this weekend - 10am-2pm Saturday and Sunday - and is all about collecting Oral Histories. Taught by Trish Markert, the workshop will go over the IRB process, the ethical pitfalls often awaiting those conducting interviews, and the best practices, equipment, and software for collecting and analyzing oral histories. The workshop will be held in Room 112 and lunch will be provided both days. Space is limited and you must email Dr. Matthew Sanger (msanger@binghamton.edu) to register. The workshop is free and open to all graduate and undergraduate Anthropology students. You can attend one or both days.
Sep
23
Sun
10:00am - 2:00pm
We are holding a series of workshops this coming year, designed to train graduate students in critical field and lab-based skills. Most of these workshops are designed for archaeologists, but can have broad applicability. Our first workshop is this weekend - 10am-2pm Saturday and Sunday - and is all about collecting Oral Histories. Taught by Trish Markert, the workshop will go over the IRB process, the ethical pitfalls often awaiting those conducting interviews, and the best practices, equipment, and software for collecting and analyzing oral histories. The workshop will be held in Room 112 and lunch will be provided both days. Space is limited and you must email Dr. Matthew Sanger (msanger@binghamton.edu) to register. The workshop is free and open to all graduate and undergraduate Anthropology students. You can attend one or both days.
Sep
28
Fri
4:00pm - 5:00pm
S1-140
Anthropology Lecture Series 2018-2019: Joshua Reno, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Binghamton University Sunk Cost: US Warcraft Shipwrecks in the Polemocene
Oct
5
Fri
4:00pm - 5:00pm
S1-140
Matthew Wolf-Meyer, Associate Professor, Binghamton University Liberal Humanism, Logocentrism, and the Problem of the Symbolic Subject
Oct
19
Fri
4:00pm - 5:00pm
S1-140
Sergio Jorge Chavez, Professor of Anthropology, Central Michigan University Speaking on public archaeology in the Andes of South America
Oct
25
Thu
12:00pm - 1:00pm
S1-112
BioMed Luncheon - Presentations by: Kali West, Kristen Perez & Diana Gibson Noon - 1 pm in S1-112
Oct
26
Fri
4:00pm - 5:00pm
S1-140
Doug Riethmuller (20min) - MAPA Graduate Student: Slogging through slag, classifying combustion refuse at the McQuilken Blacksmith Shop Diana Gibson (20min) - MS Anthropology Biomed Student: Health of Young Women in Ancient Coporaque
Nov
2
Fri
4:00pm - 5:00pm
S1-140
Tom Garrison, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Ithaca College Speaking on laser remote sensing and the ancient Maya
Nov
8
Thu
12:00pm - 1:00pm
S1-112
BioMed Luncheon - Presentations by: Kali West, Kristen Perez & Diana Gibson Noon - 1 pm in S1-112
Nov
9
Fri
4:00pm - 5:00pm
S1-140
Rachael Enyinna, PhD Student in Linguisitc Anthropology: Artistic Intimacy and Collective Identity in East African Multilingual Music William Silcott, PhD Student in Cultural Anthropology
Nov
30
Fri
4:00pm - 5:00pm
S1-140
Kellam Throgmorton, PhD Candidate, Binghamton University
Dec
7
Fri
4:00pm - 5:00pm
S1-140
Sandra Lane, Professor of Public Health and Anthropology and Research OB/GYN, Syracuse University and Upstate Medical University
Dec
14
Fri
Jan
18
Fri
Jan
25
Fri
Feb
1
Fri
Feb
8
Fri
Feb
22
Fri
Mar
1
Fri
Mar
8
Fri
Mar
15
Fri
Mar
22
Fri
Mar
29
Fri
Apr
5
Fri
Apr
12
Fri
Apr
19
Fri
Apr
26
Fri
May
3
Fri
May
10
Fri
May
17
Fri
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