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A team of archaeologists led by Ian Hodder, professor of anthropology and of classics at Stanford, has unearthed an about 8,000-year-old figurine at Çatalhöyük, a Neolithic site in central Turkey. Read story HERE.
Krish Seetah recently sat down with Ars Technica, a major tech/science online magazine to discuss his research on the deep history of butchery. Watch his video on Ars Technica.
John Rick, an anthropology professor and current fellow at Stanford Humanities Center, recently sat down with Tanu Wakefield to discuss his research at the ancient Peruvian site of Chavín de Huántar. Having spent more...
Angela Garcia recently sat down with Amy Lee of Office of International Affairs to discuss her research on drug addiction, violence, and poverty in Mexico. In it, Garcia tells how drug addiction, violence and poverty...
Jamie Hampson's new book, Rock Art and Regional identity: A Comparative Perspective, is a comparative study of rock art motifs from two disparate regions, highlighting the importance of regional studies and regional...
Anthropology professor Jim Ferguson was recently interviewed on KPFA, a community supported radio station based in Northern California. In the interview, professor Ferguson talks about how for most of the last century...
In this article published by Stanford Medical School, Anthropology graduate student Amrapali Maitra discusses the benefit of having an anthropology perspective when pursuing medicine. Maitra is a medical anthropologists...
Anthropology professor Ian Hodder will begin work with Stirling archaeologist ALEX BAYLISS to conduct radiocarbon dating at Çatalhöyük, Turkey, a mud brick site, estimated to date from 7,100 to 5,900 BC. The work will...

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