Department of Anthropology News and Events
Restoring Eastern Cemetery is a daunting task due to years of neglect and vandalism.
All full-time sophomores and juniors interested in public service and social justice are encouraged to apply to become an Ali Scholar.
Gain valuable experience and help address issues of poverty and hunger while living in Washington D.C.
World Affairs Council of Kentucky and Southern Indiana David Hershberg Scholarship for Study Abroad 2015
Application deadline is February 27, 2015.
David Graeber’s controversial claims in "Debt: The First 5,000 Years" spark sharp discussion, lively debate.
Dr. Zhao presents, "No Longer Business as Usual: China under the Rule of Xi Jinping."
Spread some cheer to local shelters this holiday by donating items through the PEACC office.
Clear your calendar from 4:30 - 5:15 p.m. on Tuesday, November 11, 2014, for a look at and listen to the music of Appalachia.
Field Schools in Social Justice in Guatemala and Mortuary Archaeology in Poland among recent additions to Resources section
The Resources section of the Department of Anthropology at the University of Louisville site has been extensively updated with 2015 offerings.
Refine your ethnographic skills by attending this excellent field school during the summer of 2015.
Take part in the Poulton Project's 2015 field season in Cheshire, England.
Applications now being accepted for 2015 Lewis Scholar Awards for students interested in Latin American and Iberian Studies
Apply now to receive a prestigious Richard and Constance Lewis Scholarship for 2015.
Central States Anthropological Society 92nd Annual Meeting Open Registration and Abstract Submission
Central States Anthropological Society conferences are student-friendly, so submit your abstract now!
Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Women's & Gender Studies at UofL with Dr. Segal.
Apply now to travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina during Spring 2015 semester.
Assist international visitors, support public relations efforts, and aid in the development of global education programs.
Apply now for travel abroad funding.
Stephanie Lunn, 2013 Department of Anthropology graduate and winner of the Anthropology Award of Merit, presented at recent Research!Louisville event.