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Martin E. Adams

Martin is an archaeoentomologist -- a specialty within zooarchaeology that focuses on the remains of insects and other arthropods from archaeological sites.
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Jeremy Spoon, Anthropology faculty, presented a paper entitled "Social-Ecological Transitions Following Natural Disasters: Lessons from the 2015 Nepal Earthquakes” at the Society for Applied Anthropology annual meeting in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in March.

Jeremy Spoon, Anthropology faculty, presented a paper entitled "Social-Ecological Transitions Following Natural Disasters: Lessons from the 2015 Nepal Earthquakes” at the Society for Applied Anthropology annual meeting in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in March.

Charles Klein, Anthropology faculty, presented “Public Policy, Class Subjectivities and Life Ways in São Paulo’s Zona Sul,” part of the panel “A New Middle Class? Policy Implications of Economic Mobility in Brazil and Mexico” at the Society for Applied An

Charles Klein, Anthropology faculty, presented “Public Policy, Class Subjectivities and Life Ways in São Paulo’s Zona Sul,” part of the panel “A New Middle Class? Policy Implications of Economic Mobility in Brazil and Mexico” at the Society for Applied Anthropology annual conference, Santa Fe, N.M., April 1.

Archaeology lecture: What happened to the mammoths? Exploring the cause of North America's most recent mass extinction

"What happened to the mammoths? Exploring the cause of North America's most recent mass extinction." 

 Wed, April 12, 7:30, Smith Memorial Center, Room 26

Free and open to the public