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.


Fall 2019 - George Hall 227, Thursdays at 3:00 PM. A reception will follow the talks.

DateTitleSpeaker(s)
August 29Anthropology and the Mauna: A Roundtable Discussion on KuleanaFaculty and Graduate Students of the Department of Anthropology, UH Mānoa
September 5People from the Pyramids: Interdisciplinary Analysis of Ancient Human Remains from HU-MFA Excavations at Giza, EgyptEmily Marlow, Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency
September 26Barriers to Participation in Digital Game CulturesKelly Bergstrom, School of Communications, UH Mānoa
October 10Mosquitoes and the Making of the Annamite Hill Country: A Parasitical Speculative HistoryJonathan Padwe, Department of Anthropology, UH Mānoa
October 24Anthropology Graduate Student SymposiumDepartment of Anthropology, UH Mānoa
November 7Lapita and its Transformations in Near Oceania, 3400-2600 B.P.Pat Kirch, Department of Anthropology, UH Mānoa

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