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Tag: Anthropology

Maritime Archaeologist Delivers Lecture on Ancient Alexandria

Emad Khalil Ph.D., of Alexandria University in Egypt, specializes in underwater archaeology – unearthing sunken remains of the city in its ancient, founding days, the remains of which have been  preserved in silt from the flooding of the Nile and surrounding waterways. Khalil’s presentation, titled “Egypt: Crossroads of the Whole Read More

Spotlight: Anthropology Club

This semester yields a tremendous opportunity in which all of us anthropology students and enthusiasts can forge and crystallize our anthropology community. We, the leadership of the anthropology club, wish to provide forums for the fostering of positive interactions between all members of our community through establishing a reliable system Read More

Discoveries About Slave Plantation in Dominica

Mark Hauser, Assistant Professor at Northwestern University, visited St. Mary’s College on Nov. 7 as part of the Department of Anthropology’s Distinguished Scholar Program. His lecture focused on archaeological research he conducted in Dominica in the Caribbean, which he titled, “Slavery’s Material Record: A Comparison of Everyday Life at Two Read More