Anthropology Identity and Humanity Lecture Series
In 2013-4, the UNCW Department of Anthropology is pleased to announce a new lecture series. Thanks to special funding from the College of Arts and Sciences, four scholars in Anthropology will visit UNCW and present their ground-breaking research to the public and members of the Anthropology club.
"Archaeology of Civil War Barracks in the Cape Fear Region: Fort Anderson and Beyond"
This talk has been re-scheduled from Thursday, February 13 to Thursday March 13 at 6:30 PM, due to weather issues in the Triangle area. See everyone in March!
Thursday, March 13, 6:30 PM in NST 2 Rm. 1020
by Tom Beaman, Wake Technical Community College
Tom Beaman is a well-known expert in the historical archaeology of the Cape Fear region. He has excavated several Civil War barracks and other historical sites in the region, in concert with the Peace College Archaeological Field School which has trained many UNCW students over the years! Come visit our new Trailer Home, and learn about the fascinating archaeology of our region.
“Seeking Wheatish, God-fearing Vegetarian with Clean Habits": Matchmaking and Marriage Practices in Tamilnadu, South India
Tuesday, November 12, 6 PM in Randall Library Auditorium
by Nicole Wilson, Syracuse University