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09/18/2018

A glimpse of what one of our PhD candidates is up to...Go Sol!!

11/27/2017

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30th 2017 02:45 PM – Social Movements dir. Maple Razsa and Milton Guillén Q&A with Maple Razsa after screening Twice, the people went into the streets. Twice, the police drove them away. What began as protests became uprisings. In the once-prosperous industrial city of Maribor, Sl...

11/06/2017

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09/02/2017

This year’s Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) (August 30 – September 2 in Boston) continues to focus on fostering scholarship in the social studies of science, technology, and medicine. Learn more about books at the forefront of this discussion, from data regulation, t...

08/29/2017

"Showdown! Kuniyoshi vs. Kunisada" playfully pits the artists against each other - and museumgoers win.

08/26/2017

Sending your child off to college? It's important to appreciate what happens after move-in day — especially now, as there's a growing hostility to...

08/26/2017

UNSW Sydney scientists have discovered the purpose of a famous 3700-year old Babylonian clay tablet, revealing it is the world’s oldest and most accurate trigonometric table.

08/26/2017

The saber-toothed cats, giant sloths, and other wild creatures trapped in the cave most likely wandered in looking for fresh water and took a fatal fall.

08/26/2017

In today’s fast-paced political news cycle, terms like “fascism” and “populism” are often used, but not always clearly defined. What are fascism and populism– and how can (and should) we confront these ideologies in our present climate? And what, exactly, are the real implications when pundits name…

08/26/2017

Dame Sue Black’s pioneering work has taken her to war zones and the aftermath of natural disasters. She explains the scientific rigour required in...

04/29/2017

Did we mention the $10,000 prize?

02/16/2017

Next week - David Bromwich will visit us from Yale to deliver the Nathan I. Huggins Lectures, 'Nonconformity in Black and White: Douglass, Du Bois, and Ellison.' The talks are free and open to the public. We hope you can make it out!

02/14/2017

Bobby Seale is the original 1966 Founding Chairman and National Organizer of the Black Panther Party. His activism and trials brought America and the world face to face with the Panthers’ radical articulation of civil rights and human rights for African Americans.

Professor Jim Sidanius, professor of psychology and African and African American Studies at Harvard, brings a “front line" perspective as a scholar of racism, social hierarchies, and social organization to this conversation with Bobby Seale. An activist in the civil rights, anti-war, and Black Power movements of the 1960s, he left the U.S. for Sweden in 1970, where he renounced his American citizenship and became a Swedish citizen in 1974. He returned to the United States in 1984 as a Swedish national with permanent residency, and his work on race has been informed by the social hierarchies he witnessed and experienced there.

Join Bobby Seale and Jim Sidanius for a conversation that will enhance the historical record of the Black Panther Party and how we understand it. More: http://bit.ly/2l0taiA

12/13/2016

Tracy and Holly visit with Diana Loren and Patricia Capone of Harvard's Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, and take part in an active dig at Harvard Yard that's part of the school's undergraduate curriculum.

12/10/2016

How an early (and controversial) symbol of the American republic was lost to the annals of history

12/04/2016

Year after year, the annual archaeological dig in Harvard Yard unearths treasures and insights.

The Summer Institute in Museum Anthropology (SIMA) is accepting applications for its 2017 program in Washington, DC. SIM...
11/30/2016

The Summer Institute in Museum Anthropology (SIMA) is accepting applications for its 2017 program in Washington, DC. SIMA is a graduate student training program in museum research methods offered through the Department of Anthropology at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History. Students participate in seminars and hands-on workshops at the museum and at an off-site collections facility, learning to navigate museum systems and select methods for examination and analysis of museum specimens while collecting data for a project of their choice.

SIMA Home | Application | Staff | Curriculum | Past Projects | Faculty Fellowship | Frequently Asked Questions | Contact |

11/25/2016

In an email, members of the Anthropology Department called on University president Drew G. Faust and other Harvard administrators to protect undocumented students by designating Harvard a sanctuary campus.

Harvard Anthropology Reception at the AAAsThursday, Nov. 17thHyatt RegencyLake Calhoun room7:00-9:30
11/16/2016

Harvard Anthropology Reception at the AAAs
Thursday, Nov. 17th
Hyatt Regency
Lake Calhoun room
7:00-9:30

09/22/2016

Arthur Libby and Ryan Sweeney of Harvard Landscape Services prepped a small site in Harvard Yard, then "Archaeology of Harvard Yard" students...

09/22/2016

Shrunken heads, punk rock and robots make for an action-packed autumn

09/22/2016

Social Anthropology Seminar Series

"Notes on An Ethnography of Black Girlhood "
presented by Aimee Cox

Monday, September 26, 2016 at 4:15pm
Tozzer 203

Aimee Meredith Cox is a cultural anthropologist of African and African American Studies at Fordham University. She received her PhD in Anthropology from the University of Michigan. Dr. Cox’s first book is Shapeshifters: Black Girls and the Choreography of Citizenship (Duke University Press, 2015), in which Cox explores how young Black women in a Detroit homeless shelter employ strategic methods she characterizes as choreography to disrupt the social hierarchies and prescriptive narratives that work to marginalize them.

The Freedom Sounds Festival will honor the grand opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History ...
09/22/2016

The Freedom Sounds Festival will honor the grand opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture this weekend, September 23-25. This free community celebration will be held on the Washington Monument Grounds, National Mall, Washington, D.C. To see a schedule of the Festival and to find out more about the performing artists, go to https://goo.gl/VQXixf

Please check out the time-lapse of the opening excavation for the Harvard Yard Excavation course ongoing semester! (crea...
09/22/2016

Please check out the time-lapse of the opening excavation for the Harvard Yard Excavation course ongoing semester! (created by Jada Ko)

https://www.peabody.harvard.edu/node/2715

More videos and cool digital presentations will be posted throughout the year. Stayed tuned...

Be sure to also browse through the information on the Peabody Museum website. If you have time, please visit the Digging Veritas exhibit at the Museum to see what former students have discovered about their college and to learn about the campus archaeological experience.

Feel free to stop by the Yard every Thursday between 1pm and 4pm, our diligent and awesome undergraduate archaeologists are already discovering so much about the origins of their Harvard identities and the interactions between Native Americans and European settlers at the college.

- current teaching fellows for Archaeology of Harvard Yard, Jada Ko and Lexy Hartford

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TODAY! Arch Talk + Archaeology Symposium
06/16/2016

TODAY! Arch Talk + Archaeology Symposium

6/7: Dissertation Defense Stephanie Spray
06/06/2016

6/7: Dissertation Defense Stephanie Spray

5/9: Dissertation Defense Darja Djordjevic
05/05/2016

5/9: Dissertation Defense Darja Djordjevic

TODAY! Arch Talk + Archaeology Symposium
05/04/2016

TODAY! Arch Talk + Archaeology Symposium

This presentation focuses on the economic and political transformations that occurred in Ifugao, Philippines soon after contact with the Spanish.  The investigation reported here is part of the Ifugao Archaeological Project, a collaborative research program that investigates the political and econom...

5/6: Dissertation Defense Philip Cartelli
05/03/2016

5/6: Dissertation Defense Philip Cartelli

In my dissertation I analyze how physical changes in urban infrastructure interact with cultural programming in a multi-faceted urban redevelopment project in France's second-largest city. More specifically I examine social, physical and symbolic productions on the J4 Esplanade, a pier on the Marsei…

5/5: Dissertation Defense Tilsa Ponce
05/02/2016

5/5: Dissertation Defense Tilsa Ponce

The DGHSM is pleased to present the Roger Allan Moore Lecture given by James Ferguson | May 9, 2016 at 5:00pm
05/02/2016

The DGHSM is pleased to present the Roger Allan Moore Lecture given by James Ferguson | May 9, 2016 at 5:00pm

5/4 TWO EVENTS: Stephen Acabado "Economic Intensification and Emergent Political Consolidation" + Archaeology Symposium
04/28/2016

5/4 TWO EVENTS: Stephen Acabado "Economic Intensification and Emergent Political Consolidation" + Archaeology Symposium

This presentation focuses on the economic and political transformations that occurred in Ifugao, Philippines soon after contact with the Spanish.  The investigation reported here is part of the Ifugao Archaeological Project, a collaborative research program that investigates the political and econom…

TODAY: Kathryn Sampeck "Cacao Wealth, Contraband, and Afro-Central American Material Life in the Homeland of Chocolate, ...
04/27/2016

TODAY: Kathryn Sampeck "Cacao Wealth, Contraband, and Afro-Central American Material Life in the Homeland of Chocolate, 1580-1615"

The Izalcos region of colonial Guatemala was the heartland of a political and economic pre-Columbian dynastic state whose power and influence derived in part from its astronomical production of cacao, a tree seed, which Mesoamericans used as currency, food, and drink, including chocolate. Cacao was…

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