Conference Schedule for the 2012-'13 School Year
March 2013: Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Denver, Colorado
April 3-7, 2013: Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Honolulu, Hawaii
April 9-13, 2013: Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists
4th Annual ECU Anthropology Alumni Lectures
262 Flanagan Building
Title of Talk:"Anthropology and Education"
Year of Graduation and Degrees: BA in Anthropology (2008), MA in Teaching (2010)
- April 3, Christine Andresen
Title of Talk: "Anthropologist in the Library: An Unexpected Adventure
Year of Graduation and Degrees:BA in Anthropology (2007), MA in Library Science (2010)
Title of Talk:"My Experiences within CRM"
Year of Graduation and Degree:MA in Anthropology (2012)
- April 17, Kyle McCandless
Title of Talk:"Education and the Real World: Integration and Transitions"
Year of Graduation:MA in Anthropology (2012)
- April 24, Dr. Cynthia Bellacero
Title of Talk:"From Archaeology to Administration: It Can Happen to You"
Year of Graduation and Degrees: BA in Anthropology (2001), MA in Anthropology (2004) – Concentration in Prehistoric Archaeology
- Check out the Department of Anthropology newsletter highlighting some of our recent activities! Download a copy here.
- Congratulations to our graduate students published in the North Carolina Archaeology Journal!
- New Data, Old Methods: The Rediscovery, Definition, and Functional Analysis of the George Moore House at Colonial Brunswick Town, by Jennifer L. Gabriel, pp. 71-93
- NAGPRA's Impact on Academic Research in North Carolina and the Southeast, by William C. Broughton, pp. 94-121
- Archaeologists as Activists: Can Archaeologists Change the World?, edited by M. Jay Stottman (book review), by Hannah P. Smith, pp. 130-136
- Chantel Miller, one of our majors, received a national award for a photo documentary she created to raise awareness of discrimination. She was selected as one of USA Network's Characters Unite Award winners. You can find out more about it here. For more about the initiative, visit the Characters Unite page: http://www.charactersunite.com/initiatives/characters-unite-awards/overview
- Dr. Charles Ewen was elected president of the Society for Historic Archaeology, one of the largest anthropological organizations in the United States.
- Dr. David Griffith recently received NSF funding for the research project "Managed Migration and the Value of Labor." To find out more about his upcoming research project, click here.
Anthropology Student Organization News
Election Results for 2012-13 Office
Co-Presidents: Jennifer Adamo
Co-Vice Presidents: Heidi Rosenwinkel and Jessicac Handloff
Co-Secretaries/Social Directors: Heather Batchelder and Stormy DeLucia
Treasurer: Molly Street
We look forward to another great year under their leadership. If students are interested in joining ASO, please be sure to join the Anthropology Department Facebook page.
Interested in an Anthropology Student Organization T-Shirt? Check it out!
They are really great looking and in order to make them cheaper we need a large order so spread the word! If interested an envelope has been placed on the ASO board in Flanagan so leave your name and e-mail and we will work on getting an order together! Check out the ECU Department of Anthropology Facebook page for the design!