Dr. Gabriel Prieto’s research at Huanchaco/Huanchaquito in Peru has been named one of the top 10 discoveries of the decade by Archaeology Magazine. Read more here: https://www.archaeology.org/issues/406-2101/features/9262-top-10-discoveries-of-the-decade Congratulations, Dr. Prieto, for this incredible honor and important work!
Toward Antiracism: Understanding Anti-Black Racism and Healing Racial Trauma Dean David Richardson of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences hosted a panel discussion titled, “Toward Antiracism: Understanding Anti-Black Racism and Healing Racial Trauma,” on November 12 at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Lance Gravlee joined two distinguished CLAS faculty members, Dr. Della V. Mosley, co-founder of […]
More about this book: “Documenting Death is a gripping ethnographic account of the deaths of pregnant women in a hospital in a low-resource setting in Tanzania. Through an exploration of everyday ethics and care practices on a local maternity ward, anthropologist Adrienne E. Strong untangles the reasons Tanzania has achieved so little sustainable success in reducing […]
Dr. Gabriel Prieto’s research has been featured in the March/April issue of Archaeology Magazine. See the full issue here. (All images from Archaeology Magazine)
Dr. Connie Mulligan just received a $348,000 NSF award, “Intergenerational impact of violence exposure during pregnancy on epigenetic change.” Dr. Mulligan is collaborating with Dr. Catherine Panter-Brick at Yale University and Dr. Rana Dajani at Hashemite University in Jordan. Congratulations Connie!
Our own Mike Heckenberger was featured in a story in the Alligator this morning, highlighting his research and efforts to mitigate the effects of rainforest fires on indigenous peoples. Find the article here. Photo courtesy to the Alligator.
Dr. Muligan’s lab featured in UF News press release for their PLOS ONE paper about Syrian refugee study. https://news.ufl.edu/2019/07/how-genes-resilience-affect-syrian-refugee-stress/
2016-2019—John Krigbaum, Connie Mulligan, and Ken Sassaman 2017-2020—Susan deFrance, Susan Gillespie, and Chris McCarty 2018-2021—Aaron Broadwell, Valerie DeLeon, and Jeff Johnson
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