Anthropology Emerging Scholar Lecture Series
In 2012-13, the UNCW Department of Anthropology was pleased to announce a new lecture series. Four emerging scholars in Anthropology visited UNCW and presented their ground-breaking research to the public, and members of the Anthropology club.
"An Archaeology of Distinction: Race, Memory, and Practice at a 19th Century Free African American Farmstead."
by Dr. John Roby, September 20, 2012
"The Archaeology of the Contemporary Past: Exavating a Nazi Forced Labor Camp at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin (1942-44)
Dr. Maria Starzmann, of the Universität Berlin, Germany
November 26, 2012
Biology, Behavior and Environment: Experimental and Bioarchaeological Stable Isotpe Approaches to Diet and Disease
Dr. Laurie Reitsema, Diretor of the Bioarchaeology and Biochemistry Laboratory at the University of Georgia
March 21, 2013