Bret Gustafson, Ph.D., assistant professor of anthropology in Arts & Sciences, has spent more than 14 years in Bolivia.
Bradley P. Stoner is quite a multi-tasker.
Firmly entrenched in both the Danforth and Medical campuses, Stoner has easily and effectively bridged the gap between the two, combining his love...
Anthropology and obstetrics and gynecology professor L. Lewis Wall, Ph.D., M.D., writes an op-ed for The New York Times. In the op-ed, available...
This article in Science acknowledges the contributions Michael Frachetti, Ph.D., is making to our understanding of nomadism and the transmission of innovations in the Bronze Age.
Anthropology professor David Freidel, Ph.D., discusses the popularity surrounding the Mayan calendar and the significance attached to the year 2012.