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News and Announcements

Category: Anthropology

Anthroplogy Students and Professors at the national Building Careers in Anthropology Conference

Anthropology Student Showcase, Student Awards, and Building Careers in Anthropology Conference

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Bridging the Gap Between Past and Present: Fostering a Sustainable, Global Approach to Cultural Heritage in Diverse Communities

A hybrid conference at Montclair State University, April 28 – 29, 2022

Cortni Borgerson holding an insect in a cup

Cortni Borgerson Featured on “People Fixing the World” Podcast

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Professors Awarded Grant to Support Course Design

Fulbright Research with the Department of History & Archaeology, University of the West Indies

Anthropology Department Continues Careers Workshops for Students

Anna Luisa Daigenault

Language Revitalization Workshops

event flyer for february 11 event with Danial Kaufman on the topic of language revitalization

Language Revitalization Professional Development Workshop

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Uprooted yet again: Anthropology Professor supports refugee families displaced by Hurricane Ida

MSU students and field school staff posing in front of an active excavation pit.

Archaeology Students Expose Historical Erasures in Northern New Jersey

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Yes, Cicadas are Safe to Eat — and They’re Delicious

The Brood X cicadas are about to emerge, and anthropology expert Cortni Borgerson explains how you can harvest and cook them.

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A Struggle for Heritage

Professor Christopher Matthews’ research and book examining race and racism in a community on Long Island’s north shore are highlighted in a Newsday feature.