How do we understand the past? For the proto-urban site of Çatalhöyük, located in modern day Turkey, the answer is 25 years of excavation and post-excavation research.
In May 2019, Dr. Jeffrey Cohen traveled to the South Central University for Nationalities (SCUN) in Wuhan, Hubei province, China. During his trip, Dr. Cohen signed a memo of understanding between SCUN’s school of ethnology and sociology and The Ohio State University department of anthropology.
The Department of Anthropology is excited to congratulate Dr. Nick Kawa on his receipt of a Post-PhD Research Grant from the Wenner Gren Foundation. These grants are awarded bi-annually to individuals with a PhD to support their research projects.
Dr. Jeffrey Cohen presented his lecture “A House of Mirrors: Migration and Its Reflection” at the Twentieth Annual George and Mary Foster Distinguished Lecture in Cultural Anthropology, March 4, 2019, Southern Methodist University (SMU).
The Department of Anthropology recently changed the course Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ANTHROP 2202), which has been taught for almost as long as the department has been around, by no longer requiring a traditional experience of buying a textbook or taking exams.