From June 22-27, 2018, an international interdisciplinary workshop in anthropology, archaeology and soil science has taken place at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA, on the topic "Soil and Human Culture Dynamics During the Holocene Epoch". This collaboration, led by Dr.
As part of ongoing anthropological research project into the human and ecological dynamics of swidden (aka, “slash-and-burn”) agriculture, Dr.
A painting on display in the Metropolitan Museum captures a view of the Andes: breathtaking mountains, twisted trees, and a winding river. Without doubt, it is a beautiful view, especially to a room full of Midwesterners, many of whom might see a mountain two or three times in our whole lives.
On 22 February Dr. Maurizio Albahari, an associate professor at the University of Notre Dame, gave a lecture “Rethreading the Mediterranean: Disquieting Art and Migrant Democracy” at Mershon Center for International Security Studies.