All full-time sophomores and juniors interested in public service and social justice are encouraged to apply to become an Ali Scholar.
Seeking Applicants for 12-month AmeriCorps VISTA Position at the Food Literacy Project - Application Deadline Sep 18, 2013.
Anthropology 511 project matured into an insightful presentation at a professional conference.
Undergraduate to represent U of L Dept. of Anthropology in Chicago this March.
Anthropology major, Kristen Connors has spent the past year in Brazil.
Logan describes his research and experience at the SAA conference in Austin this spring.
Ms. Deurell's first novel is now available on Amazon.
Sara spent part of summer in Spain at an archaeological field school.
An Anthropology Student Association (ASA) sponsored event.
Watch this space for additional reports from the students!
Louisville’s Clifton Center to host first screening, Q&A with filmmaker, cast members.
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.
Gain valuable experience and help address issues of poverty and hunger while living in Washington D.C.
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!
Application deadline March 7, 2014.
A current list of A&S scholarship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students.
Staff Archaeologist Philip DiBlasi and others with U of L connections participate.
Nov. 15 deadline fast approaching for VISTA/PCUSA Hunger Program.
Contribute to CJAS and get published!
Recent book earns deserved accolades.
Dr. Burnet presented at Rwanda Revisited: International Aftermath Conference 2014.
More recognition for recent publication by Dr. Burnet.
Dr. Burnet, award-winning author and Associate Professor of Anthropology, elucidates the process of putting thoughts to paper
Dr. Burnet to give keynote address at international conference commemorating the 20th anniversary of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda.
Women, Reconciliation, and Peacebuilding: Lessons from Rwanda by Jennie Burnet.
"Jennie, both in print and in the interview, is thoughtful, articulate and compassionate."
Dr. Crespo to discuss current developments in infectious disease studies.
Dr. Haws to present research for "Meet the Professor" lunch and and lecture series.
Join Dr. Haws and colleagues at Against the Grain for scholarship and cocktails
Explore "Lost Louisville" with Dr. Hale Saturday Oct. 12, 2013.
Dr. Haws and Ms. Wiche to be awarded at upcoming College of Arts and Sciences' ceremony honoring faculty excellence.
Learn more about political ecology and corporate responsibility on Nov. 7.
Department of Anthropology's Dr. Peteet becomes one of only 86 University of Louisville faculty ever to be recognized with distinguished title.
Summation of Dr. Peteet's research on the cultural politics of hammams.
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.
Dr. Zhao will return Spring 2015 semester.
Dr. Zhao presents, "No Longer Business as Usual: China under the Rule of Xi Jinping."
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.
Apply now for travel abroad funding.
September 17: 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. & November 2: 8 a.m. – Noon
Spread some cheer to local shelters this holiday by donating items through the PEACC office.
Make a difference in the lives of others and your own.