Department of Anthropology and Archaeology

News and announcements

Transdisciplinary exhibit highlights water expertise across fields

BRACKISH brings together students, faculty and UCalgary community members March 6-14

Augmented reality exhibit tells story of war brides and other women who helped build Alberta’s oil industry

Faculty of Arts partnership with museums shines spotlight on skid shacks and the families who lived in them

Appointments - Office of the Dean

The Faculty of Arts announces interim Associate Dean, Research roles

International Holocaust Remembrance Day — a critical reminder to never stop learning

Remembering the victims, survivors, and lessons from the Holocaust on Jan. 27

Happy Holidays from the Faculty of Arts

Undergraduate student designs the faculty’s 2023 holiday card

Former Ghanaian president visits campus, praises UCalgary’s diversity

John Mahama promotes West Africa as a hub for innovation and economic growth

In the media

In the News Lindsay Amundsen-Meyer, Anthropology and Archaeology, in CBC News

Archaeology conference aims to centre Indigenous perspectives in work on ancestral sites

In the News Benedikt Hallgrímsson, Anthropology and Archaeology, in The Good Men Project

Untangling the Genetics That Underlie Our Facial Features

In the News Vivek Venkataraman, Anthropology and Archaeology, in The Washington Post

Myths About the Stone Age Can Be Quite Revealing

In the News Vivek Venkataraman, Anthropology and Archaeology, in Smithsonian Magazine

Early Women Were Hunters, Not Just Gatherers, Study Suggests

In the News Vivek Venkataraman, Anthropology and Archaeology, in CNN

Shattering the myth of men as hunters and women as gatherers

In the News Amanda Melin, Anthropology and Archaeology, in Science

Hundreds of new primate genomes offer window into human health—and our past

Francine Cunningham - Calgary Distinguished Writers Program Wrap-Up Event, University of Calgary

Calgary Distinguished Writers Program Wrap-Up Event

Join Francine Cunningham as she reads work created during her residency, along with community members she had the privilege to work with on their writing and participants in the Indigenous Writer’s Circle.

May 29, 2024
6:30–8:30 p.m. 
Gallery Hall, TFDL




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