Congratulations go to Anthropology majors Emily Schueller and Megan Jones, who have both learned of their Critical Language Scholarship awards for Summer 2015. Megan will be travelling to Japan, and Emily will travelling to India for special immersive language training.
Congratulations go to Allison Clark, who took 2nd Place in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Poster Division at the Hayes Graduate Research Forum, for her poster, “Lateral Enamel Formation and Life History in New World Monkeys.” Her award is one of only 9 awards in the P
Erika Eichhorn Bourguignon, 90, died in Columbus, Ohio, February 15, 2015. She was professor emerita of anthropology at The Ohio State University, where she taught for more than 40 years.
Learn all phases of archaeological excavation at a multi-component prehistoric village: mapping with a total station/GPS; coring and shovel-testing; test unit and feature excava
Rob Cook and his collaborators have been informed of the award of two major grants for their work in Mexico. The two grants support the study of household composition in Tlaxcala, one of the few states to resist Aztec domination in Mexico. The projects involves both geophysical surve