KU Anthropology is 50!

We invite you to join us in celebrating the Golden Anniversary of the Department of Anthropology
at the University of Kansas • May 7–8, 2015.

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Program of Events

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KU Anthropology Events
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Dr. David Frayer's, KU Anthropology Professor Emeritus, latest research finds "Neanderthals are often thought of to be simple-minded mumbling, bumbling, stumbling fools. But the more we know about them the more sophisticated they've become." To read the full KU article click on the link below: http://news.ku.edu/2015/02/12/neanderthal-jewlery-discovery-sheds-new-light-cognitive-abilities-human-predecessors To read the CNN interview with Dr. Frayer, click on the link below: http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/12/us/fea-neanderthal-jewelry-makers/

RT @IA _NICH: Institute of Archaeology personnel inspect damage of Maya mounds in South Yalbac, Cayo District. If you ever see... http://t.c…
NMML 2012 Conference - Dr. Michael H. Crawford (Part 3 of 3) Narrative, Memory, Migration, and Language Conference. 6 April 2012. Dr. Michael H. Crawford "Peopling of the Aleutian Islands: Myths, Migrations and Genetics". Sponsored by University of Kansas - Department of Anthropology and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Additional Sponsors: Graduate Students of KU Anthropology and Department of Linguistics.

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