Hromadžić, plan to study elder care in Bosnia, spotlighted in DO
Azra Hromadžić, assistant professor of anthropology, said she plans to return to Bosnia to focus on the country’s lagging public health services for the nation’s aging.
Celebrating Harriet Tubman
The archeological efforts of Douglas Armstrong and his students will be on display at a new national park honoring the former slave and abolitionist.
Slavery Behind The Wall: An Archaeology of a Cuban Coffee Plantation
See related: Latin America & the Caribbean
Counterinsurgency, Democracy, and The Politics of Identity in India: From Warfare to Welfare?
See related: United States
Fighting Colonialism with Hegemonic Culture: Native American Appropriation of Indian Stereotypes
See related: Colonialism, Race & Ethnicity
In Memoriam: William F. Kelleher Jr.
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Stories from the Grave
Bioarchaeologist Shannon Novak is marrying physical and social science to capture the life stories of New York City church congregants who died well more than a century ago.
Climate Change and Threatened Communities: Vulnerability, capacity and action
See related: Climate Change, Environment
As happens in every graduate program at Maxwell, projects such as Spring Street Presbyterian help establish student careers.
Mysteries of the Deep
Shannon Novak has made an accomplished career of reconstructing long-ago lives from scant (yet rich) remains.
Historical archaeologists Doug Armstrong and Theresa Singleton moved into new, state-of-the-art labs down the hall in Lyman, with expanded and upgraded space for research and teaching.
Out of Many, One People: The Historical Archaeology of Colonial Jamaica
The Sudan Handbook
See related: Africa (Sub-Saharan)
Building Peace: Practical Reflections from the Field
Wife, Mother, Widow: Exploring Women’s Lives in Northern India
Peacekeeping Under Fire: Culture and Intervention
Small Worlds: Method, Meaning, and Narrative in Microhistory