Researchers have uncovered the real name of a mysterious Egyptian mummy nicknamed Justine....[Read more]
At the 41st Annual Meeting of the Ontario Archaeological Society on Oct 24-26, 2014, James R. Keron was awarded the J. Norman Emerson Medal. The medal is awarded for outstanding contributions by a non-professional archaeologist to the development of Ontario Archaeology and is the "highest honor the Society can bestow."...[Read more]
Anthropology department members have been very busy on the research front. In addition to journal articles, book chapters and other shorter works, over half the faculty have published one or more books during the last four years.
The Department of Anthropology, including both faculty members and graduate students, are often in the news. They also frequently lend their expertise to various community organizations. This webpage highlights some of these contributions...
Applications to our program for September 2015 admission open on October 15, 2014 and close on January 15, 2015.