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2014 Career Expo Sponsored by the Career Development Center

April 3, 2014 in the SAC Old Student Rec Center Gym.

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2014 Second City Anthropology Conference Call for Papers

Students may present original research at Chicago conference.

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22nd NCSU Ethnographic Field School at Lake Atitlán, Guatemala Now Accepting Applications

Refine your ethnographic skills by attending this excellent field school during the summer of 2015.

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A&S Short-term Travel Abroad Program deadline extended to October 29

Apply now to travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina during Spring 2015 semester.

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Third Anthropology Major Awarded a Fulbright this Spring

Joanna Thompson becomes third Anthropology major to earn Fullbright in 2014.

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Department of Anthropology News and Events

UofL Department of Anthropology News Feed

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Ali Scholars Program Now Accepting Applications for 2015-2017 Cohort

All full-time sophomores and juniors interested in public service and social justice are encouraged to apply to become an Ali Scholar.

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AmeriCorps VISTA Position with Food Literacy Project

Seeking Applicants for 12-month AmeriCorps VISTA Position at the Food Literacy Project - Application Deadline Sep 18, 2013.

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Anthropology Major Emily Stocker Presented at 2014 SCAC

Anthropology 511 project matured into an insightful presentation at a professional conference.

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Anthropology Major Emily Stocker to Present at Second City Anthropology Conference

Undergraduate to represent U of L Dept. of Anthropology in Chicago this March.

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Anthropology major, Kristen Connors spent the past year in Brazil

Anthropology major, Kristen Connors spent the past year in Brazil

Anthropology major, Kristen Connors has spent the past year in Brazil.

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Anthropology major, Logan Ernst's experience at recent SAA conference

Logan describes his research and experience at the SAA conference in Austin this spring.

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Anthropology Major Sara Deurell Publishes Novel

Ms. Deurell's first novel is now available on Amazon.

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Anthropology Major Sara Deurell Reflects on Recent Field School

Sara spent part of summer in Spain at an archaeological field school.

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Anthropology Student Association Pumpkin Painting & Bake Sale

An Anthropology Student Association (ASA) sponsored event.

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"Appalachia 2050" Public Premiere Feb. 7 at the Clifton Center

Louisville’s Clifton Center to host first screening, Q&A with filmmaker, cast members.

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Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellows Program Now Accepting Applications for 2015-2016

Gain valuable experience and help address issues of poverty and hunger while living in Washington D.C.

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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!

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College of Arts and Sciences Scholarships Availability and Deadlines

A current list of A&S scholarship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students.

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Community Digs Recent Historic Cemetery Preservation Symposium

Staff Archaeologist Philip DiBlasi and others with U of L connections participate.

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Concerned with Food and Social Justice? Apply for a Great Service Opportunity

Nov. 15 deadline fast approaching for VISTA/PCUSA Hunger Program.

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Dr. Burnet delivered keynote address at recent conference in Melbourne, Australia

Dr. Burnet presented at Rwanda Revisited: International Aftermath Conference 2014.

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Dr. Burnet contributes to University Writing Center's 'How I Write' series

Dr. Burnet, award-winning author and Associate Professor of Anthropology, elucidates the process of putting thoughts to paper

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Dr. Burnet to Address International Rwandan Genocide Rememberance Conference

Dr. Burnet to give keynote address at international conference commemorating the 20th anniversary of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda.

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Dr. Burnet to Lecture at Southern Methodist University on Rwandan Women's Roles in Peace Building

Women, Reconciliation, and Peacebuilding: Lessons from Rwanda by Jennie Burnet.

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Dr. Burnet's latest book featured on New Books in Genocide Studies site

"Jennie, both in print and in the interview, is thoughtful, articulate and compassionate."

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Dr. Fabian Crespo will talk at the School of Public Health and Information Sciences at UofL

Dr. Crespo to discuss current developments in infectious disease studies.

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Dr. Haws Presents: Digging for Neanderthals

Dr. Haws to present research for "Meet the Professor" lunch and and lecture series.

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Dr. Haws to be featured speaker at September's 'Beer with a Scientist' series on Sept. 24

Join Dr. Haws and colleagues at Against the Grain for scholarship and cocktails

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Dr. John Hale to Lead Tour of Prehistoric Louisville

Explore "Lost Louisville" with Dr. Hale Saturday Oct. 12, 2013.

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Dr. Jonathan Haws and Ms. Jeneen Wiche to be honored at upcoming A&S Awards & Reception

Dr. Haws and Ms. Wiche to be awarded at upcoming College of Arts and Sciences' ceremony honoring faculty excellence.

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Dr. Little Presents: Confronting the Smarter Planet Paradox

Learn more about political ecology and corporate responsibility on Nov. 7.

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Dr. Peteet Earns Prestigious University Scholar Recognition

Department of Anthropology's Dr. Peteet becomes one of only 86 University of Louisville faculty ever to be recognized with distinguished title.

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Dr. Peteet spent Spring 2014 semester in Jordan conducting NEH-funded research

Summation of Dr. Peteet's research on the cultural politics of hammams.

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Dr. Yvonne Jones to be Inducted into PAS Hall of Fame

Department of Pan-African Studies 40th Anniversary Kick-Off and Initial Hall of Fame Induction Thursday, September 5, 2013, 5:30 PM, Ekstrom Library Chao Auditorium.

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Dr. Zhao to present on his recent trip to China at TOT on Nov. 18th

Dr. Zhao presents, "No Longer Business as Usual: China under the Rule of Xi Jinping."

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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.

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Free GRE Test Prep Workshops

September 17: 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. & November 2: 8 a.m. – Noon

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Give Some PEACC: Annual Donation Drive Nov. 10 - Dec. 8

Spread some cheer to local shelters this holiday by donating items through the PEACC office.

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Global Careers – Peace Corps Information Session

Make a difference in the lives of others and your own.

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Graduate Student, David Hoefer Participates in Academic Seminar on "Debt: The First 5,000 Years"

David Graeber’s controversial claims in "Debt: The First 5,000 Years" spark sharp discussion, lively debate.

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Hear from workers who make Cards' apparel in Dominican Republic on Sept. 11

September 11 at 6:00 p.m., Bingham Humanities Building, Room 300.

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History and Homosexuality in the Middle East: A Panel Discussion co-sponsored by the Department of Anthropology

Thursday, February 27, 2014 4:00 – 6:00 PM Chao Auditorium University of Louisville, Belknap Campus, Ekstrom Library

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Inclusive Campus Environments (ICE) 2013-2014 Schedule

Get involved and learn about becoming an ICE intern.

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Jeneen Wiche Presents: Real Food Challenge

Please join Jeneen Wiche's class in Food and Body Politic and learn about the Real Food Challenge

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Meet the Workers Who Make U of L Apparel and Support Fair Labor

Learn more about fair working conditions in the Free Trade Zone on Oct. 18.

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Moving Tribute to Fred Hicks

Local activist and faculty member passes away July 9, 2013.

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New Roots Summer Internship--Application Deadline March 28

New Roots connects families to farmers with affordable fresh food.

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OSEA Summer 2014 Ethnography Field School Opportunities

Multiple opportunities with OSEA for Summer 2014 research!

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Peace Corps Info Sessions: Launch Your Global Career

Live, learn, and work with a community overseas--be a volunteer.

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Ph.D. Graduate Student Funding Opportunity at the University of Oklahoma

Anthropological Research on Coupled Human and Natural Systems at the University of Oklahoma.

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Professor Emeritus Ed Segal to speak at upcoming Women's and Gender Studies 40th Anniversary

Professor Emeritus Ed Segal to speak at upcoming Women's and Gender Studies 40th Anniversary

Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Women's & Gender Studies at UofL with Dr. Segal.

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Public Radio, Public Anthropology

Dr. Lisa Markowitz contributes to food desert story.

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Receive academic credit and a stipend for World Affairs Council Internships

Assist international visitors, support public relations efforts, and aid in the development of global education programs.

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Recent Anthropology Graduate screens student documentary "New Kentucky Home" on October 29th.

Recent Anthropology Graduate screens student documentary "New Kentucky Home" on October 29th.

Join fellow anthropology students for pizza and a film by recent graduate.

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Recent Anthropology graduate, Stephanie Lunn, garners accolades at Research!Louisville

Stephanie Lunn, 2013 Department of Anthropology graduate and winner of the Anthropology Award of Merit, presented at recent Research!Louisville event.

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Solidarity Immersion: Human Rights in the Global Garment Industry Program

Two programs, see included information for dates and deadlines.

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Special Guest Lecturer Natahn Salsburg discusses the Alan Lomax Archive Nov. 11 at 4:30 P.M.

Special Guest Lecturer Natahn Salsburg discusses the Alan Lomax Archive Nov. 11 at 4:30 P.M.

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.

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Spring 2014 Travel Abroad Fair and Frederick Hicks International Travel Award Reminder

Information about upcoming Travel Abroad Fair this week and approaching deadline for the Frederick Hicks International Travel Award deadline in late February.

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Staff Archaeologist Phil DiBlasi explains what has gone so very wrong in Eastern Cemetery

Restoring Eastern Cemetery is a daunting task due to years of neglect and vandalism.

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Submissions being accepted for AAA's Robert M. Netting Best Student Paper Prize

The graduate and undergraduate winners will receive cash awards of $750 and $250, respectively.

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The Need for Anthropologists in Modern Media Outlets

Gillian Tett elucidates the need for anthropologists in media outlets.

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The Poulton Project Archaeology Courses Now Open For Registration

Take part in the Poulton Project's 2015 field season in Cheshire, England.

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Two Anthropology majors among this year's Fullbright award recipients

Hunter Pittman, anthropology and sports administration major, and Johanna Haejean Yun, anthropology and biology major, are among this year's prestigious Fullbright Award recipients.

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UNA-USA December Events: 'Tis the season to change the world

Five Days to Change the World, Dec. 4; Community Shopping Night, Dec. 14.

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Undergrads: Represent U of L Anthropology at P@C!

The Annual Posters-at-the-Capitol Event will be February 27, 2014 during the Legislative Session.

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Undergraduate Milena Carvalho presented poster at 79th Annual SAA meeting in Austin

Undergraduate Milena Carvalho presented poster at 79th Annual SAA meeting in Austin

University of Louisville Department of Anthropology student at SAA meeting in Austin, TX.

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Undergraduate Research Symposium Deadline Approaching

Deadline for electronic abstract submission is April 10.

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Undergrauate Jacob White reflects on his experience at recent AAPA conference

Undergrauate Jacob White reflects on his experience at recent AAPA conference

Jacob presented at 83rd annual American Association of Physical Anthropologists conference.

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