Anthropology Colloquium Series

Begun in 1997, the Anthropology Colloquium Series showcases contemporary anthropological scholarship and provides a forum to debate issues impacting the discipline. Topics are drawn from the four subfields and presenters include distinguished scholars, recent graduates, and those practicing anthropology outside of academia. All are welcome to attend.


Spring 2020 - Crawford Hall 115, Thursdays at 3:00 pm. A reception will follow the talks.

DateTitleSpeaker(s)
January 23Determining the Origin of Human Skeletal Remains Using Stable IsotopesLesley Chesson, Isotopes - Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency-DPAA
February 20The Socio-Ecology of Landscape Construction and Formation on Ta'u Island, American Samoa Seth Quintus, Department of Anthropology, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
March 12Restraint Without Control: Law and Order in Porgera and Enga Province, 1950-2014Alex Golub, Department of Anthropology, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
April 2Graduate Student SymposiumAnthropology Graduate Student Association, Department of Anthropology, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
April 23Ethnoprimatology: Studies of Primates in our Material and Perceptual WorldsNick Malone, Department of Primatology, University of Auckland
April 30Lapita and post-Lapita Pottery: Insights from Interdisciplinary AnalysesMathieu Leclerc, Department of Archaeology, Australian National University

For further information, please contact Anthropology at anthprog@hawaii.edu.