01|14|16 - Anthropology Graduate Student Highlighted in National Magazine -

 American Archaeology, a national magazine, recently highlighted the work on Anthropology graduate student, Stuart Nealis.

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10|22|15 - Researchers 'Open for Collaboration' Through UK Libraries -

Open Access is a consistent theme in university libraries across the world, as researchers seek to share and collaborate in new ways.

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10|06|15 - Panel of Experts Discusses Refugee Crisis in the Middle East, Europe -

The images of untold thousands of people — many of them children — escaping the horror and despair of the war-ravaged Middle East are seared in the memories of anyone even semi-aware of global events in recent months.

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09|17|15 - Oaxacan Summer with SURCO -

Lindsey Funke, a student in the College of Arts & Sciences participated in College'

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08|31|15 - Apply for Special Collections Learning Lab Internships Now -

One week remains for students to apply for the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) Learning Lab internship.

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08|26|15 - UK's Phi Kappa Phi Chapter Gains Momentum -

"For a chapter which did not even exist six-and-a-half years ago, we're doing pretty well."

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07|31|15 - 'Diggers' Return to Find More Hatfield-McCoy Relics - Descendants of both families formally agreed to an end to the infamous feuding of the Hatfields of West Virginia and the McCoys of Kentucky on a national morning news program in 2003. - more...
07|16|15 - UK Anthropology Student Selected for National Security Fellowship - The University of Kentucky Office of Nationally Competitive Awards has announced that anthropology doctoral candidate Lydia Shanklin Roll has been awarded the National Security Education Program (NSEP) David L. Boren Fellowship - more...
07|16|15 - New Directors Named for Appalachian Center and Appalachian Studies Program -

The University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences has named Shaunna Scott as the new director of its Appalachian Studies Program and Christopher Barton as the new director of the Appalachian Center.

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02/19/16
4:00pm
Dr. Renee Bonzani Peachy-Keen: Tracing the Introduction of Peaches (Prunus persica) into the Americas   This talk demonstrates how plant remains can be used to trace food pathways... @ Whitehall Classroom Building Rm 102
02/23/16
7:00pm
Dr. Karlos Arregi (University of Chicago) Public Lecture: "The Basque Language and People – intriguing origins, complex context" @ UKAA Auditorium (W.T. Young Library)
02/24/16
12:00pm
Dr. Karlos Arregi (University of Chicago) Seminar Series: "The syntactic and postsyntatic derivation of agreement: Basque and beyond" @ W.T. Young Library 2-34A (Active Learning Classroom)
02/26/16
2:00pm
Dr. Miriam Ticktin What Does Innocence Have to do with Justice?” Dr. Miriam Ticktin. Associate Professor of Anthropology and Co-Director of... @ Young Library Auditorium
02/29/16
4:00pm
Susan Bordo, Ellen Rosenman, Cristina Alcalde Bodies of Evidence: "Provocations: A Transnational Feminist History Project" Susan Bordo is Professor of Gender and Women's Studies and holds the Otis A.... @ Young Library Auditorium
03/03/16
2:00pm
Emily Burrill, Anastasia Curwood, Srimati Basu Bodies of Evidence: "Marriage and its Troubles" Emily Burrill is Associate Professor of Women's and Gender Studies and Director... @ Young Library Auditorium
03/10/16
4:00pm
Dr. T. R. Kidder Ancient Lessons for Modern Times: An Environmental History of the Yellow River, China, 5000-2000 BP A reception will follow the talk, in the same location, from 5:30-6:30 pm.   @ President's Room, Singletary Center, UK
03/25/16
4:00pm
Dr. Jennifer J. Carroll Power Struggles: Addiction, War, and Other Forms of Conflict in Ukraine In the last decade, significant global health resources have been allocated to... @ TBD
04/08/16
4:30pm
Dr. Susana Narotsky Coping with Crisis in Southern Europe   When Southern European countries joined the European Union, a substantial... @ Whitehall Classroom Building Rm 102
04/22/16
4:00pm
Dr. Jamon Halvaksz Becoming Farmer, Becoming Workers: Agriculture and Industrial Gold Mining in Papua New Guinea   Comparing ethnographic and agricultural data collected from two neighboring... @ Whitehall Classroom Building Rm 102

 

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