Anthropology Insider - Spring 2007

Erica Chambers, Editor | Dr. Jeff McKee, Faculty Advisor

Editor's Corner

Hi all,

I just want to take a moment to thank you all for your contributions to the Anthropology Insider, including write-ups and photographs. Without your help, I would have never been able to put this newsletter together. I would like to give special thanks to Karen Royce and Jean Whipple for their assistance and training.

This will be my last quarter as Editor of the Anthropology Insider. As of next fall, Gabriela Jakubowska will be the new editor. It has been a pleasure creating the Insider. I have enjoyed your contributions and finding creative ways to document what is going on in our department.

Thank you,

Erica

News & Notes

Presentations and Talks

Visitor Presentations

Mexican Wood Carvings in the World of Fine Art
Dr. Michael Chibnik - Professor of Anthropology, The University of Iowa
Wednesday, May 30, 2007 (Department of Anthropology, Paul H and Erika Bourguignon Lecture)
Dr. Chibnik is the author of "Crafting Tradition: The Making and Marketing of Oaxacan Wood Carvings."

Religion, Demography, and Village Development in Highland South America
Matthew Bandy - Visiting Foreign Researcher, National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), Paris, France
Friday, February 2nd, 2007 (Department of Anthropology)

What's Wrong with Paleoanthropology and Can We Fix It?
Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz - University of Pittsburgh
Monday, February 19, 2007 (Department of Anthropology)
Dr. Schwartz is a prominent physical anthropologist with a wide range of interests in primate and human evolution.

Student Presentations

Comparison of Human and Canine Hip Morphology
Heather Jarrell - The Ohio State University
Thursday, May 31, 2007 (Hamilton Hall, Room 285)

Recent Publications

Recent Conferences

Features

Lighter Side

The Last Word

Call for Submissions!

The deadline for Fall submissions will be announced early in the quarter. Your submissions are the only way to keep the Insider online, so please SUBMIT SOMETHING!!!

If you have any questions, contact your new Editor, Gabriela Jakubowska.

Take care,

Erica