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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...
Anthropology doctoral candidates Hilary Chart and Maron Greenleaf were recently awarded funding from Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies (SEED).  SEED bridges a critical gap in global efforts to...
In Give a Man a Fish James Ferguson examines the rise of social welfare programs in southern Africa, in which states make cash payments to their low income citizens. More than thirty percent of South Africa's population...
Matthew Kohrman's new class, Anthro 182N, titled Smoke and Mirrors in Global Health, explored ways for students to develop “new methods” to communicate the real truth about tobacco. After all, three times as many...
Two anthropology doctoral candidates and one anthropology graduating senior, are three of eleven Stanford students receving Fullbright Program grants for academic year 2015-2016. Funded by the Fulbright U.S. Student...
The April 2015 issue of Journal of Archaeological Science honors Richard Klein’s outstanding contribution to archaeology through his seminal role as a senior editor for the journal. Titled Scoping the Future of...
Arthur Wolf was born on March 2, 1932 in Santa Rosa, California. Growing up in a family of ranchers and loggers, Wolf started working at an early age, picking prunes in grade school, then working as a logger in high...

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