Anthropology Colloquium Series | Corpses and Places: Remaking World and Afterworld in a Camp for Displaced Persons
Title: Corpses and Places: Remaking World and Afterworld in a Camp for Displaced Persons, Elizabeth Dunn, Associate Professor of Geography and International Studies at Indiana University, Date: Tuesday, Mar. 21, Location: Degroote School of Business, Room 505, Time: 3:30-5:00 pm
Mar 14, 2017
Title: "Communities, Archaeologies, and Detroit", Date: Thursday, March 9, Location: Burke Science Building, Room B103, Time 3:30-5:00 pm
Mar 09, 2017
Public art can be a powerful tool to engage communities. It can spark positive change by opening up public dialogue, triggering mobilization and activism, and helping to build community capacity and leadership.
Mar 08, 2017
It is International Women's Day, as the world celebrates women, we'd like to salute the Department of Anthropology's Megan Brickley, the Canada Research Chair in Bioarchaeology of Human Disease. She is a part of a group of twenty-two McMaster women who currently hold Canada Research Chairs.They're an extraordinary group, tackling some of the most critical and challenging issues facing society today.
Mar 08, 2017
The Department of Anthropology's Hendrik Poinar featured in a Nature International Journal of Science article | DNA of 500-year-old bacteria is first direct evidence of an epidemic — one of humanity's deadliest — that occurred after Spanish conquest.
Feb 17, 2017
The Department of Anthropology presents: Jay Dolmage, Associate Professor of English, University of Waterloo, Thurs., Feb. 16 , 3:30 p.m., DeGroote School of Business (DSB), Room 505
Feb 07, 2017
The Department of Anthropology is advertising a number of spring and summer courses as sessional faculty teaching positions.
Jan 31, 2017
CBC News recently interviewed the Anthropology Department's Ana Duggan, a geneticist at McMaster University's Ancient DNA Centre in Hamilton about the likelihood of verifying Beothuk DNA.
Jan 27, 2017
Department of Anthropology recently defended PhD Robert Stark, findings from 1,000-year-old monastery in Sudan reveals the grisly ritual
Jan 23, 2017
Researchers at McMaster’s Ancient DNA Centre and the University of Wisconsin-Madison have sequenced the complete genomes of two forms of bacteria found in tissue samples dating back to the 13th century. They were collected from a woman, thought to have been about 30-years-old and likely pregnant when she died.
Jan 11, 2017
Department of Anthropology research bolsters theory that our primitive cousins were more sophisticated than previously thought.
Jan 01, 2017
McMaster Anthropology researchers, Hendrik Poinar and Tracy Prowse help uncover evidence of malaria in Italy during height of Roman Empire.
Dec 05, 2016
Meet Gabriel Ghiglione, a young men who cares "a whole awful lot."
Nov 18, 2016
Halloween is the one time of the year when people dress up as their favourite superhero, meme, pun, or living dead character. In Anthropology 3DD3, Archaeology of Death, Dr. Aubrey Cannon discusses the imagery of death and how people can be horrified by things like the skull and crossbones as a design element to evoke fear.
Oct 31, 2016
“The Anthropology of Zombies and the ‘Undead,’” a fourth-year course that explores the cultural fascination with the beings that occupy the space between life and death.
Oct 30, 2016
McMaster Anthropology graduate students Matthew Emery and Katherine Eaton on Global News talking about DNA
May 26, 2016
New Op Ed piece by PhD candidate, Matt Emery, in today's Hamilton Spectator
Mar 30, 2016