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...
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Michael W. Spence, Professor Emeritus, will be awarded the Canadian Archaeological Association's Smith-Wintemberg Award for his outstanding contributions to archaeology at the CAAs Annual meeting to be held in London at the Hilton between May 14th and 18th, 2014. For more information about the award, visit the CAA website HERE.
Regna Darnell has been awarded the 2014 Canadian Anthropology Society Weaver-Tremblay Medal for the "breadth, diversity and significance of her many contributions to applied anthropology, not only within Canada, but internationally." The award will be presented at the CASCA annual meeting at York University, on the afternoon of Friday, May 2, when she will deliver a plenary address.
CASCA 2014 (Annual Meeting Canadian Anthropology Society) will be held at York University, April 30th-May 3rd, 2014, with the theme: "Promising Uncertainties: Unsettling the Future of Anthropological Terrain."
For information and updates please visit the CASCA 2014 website at: http://casca2014.apps01.yorku.ca.
Check out the Royal Ontario Museum's website for upcoming events, speakers, and courses.