News from the Department of Anthropology
It is such a privilege to teach & learn from #MedAnthroHI students. May your journey lead us toward justice 🎓💐🙏🏼
Join us (in person) for the next @ManoaAnthro Colloquium by Professor Tēvita Ka‘ili, Thursday 8 Dec @ 3pm
Nice overview of this recent and important find: Ancient skull uncovered in China could be million-year-old Homo erectus
Ancient skull uncovered in China could be million-year-old Homo erectus
Nature - Fieldwork is under way to excavate a rare, well-preserved specimen in central China.
Mānoa is hiring in history. Join us! https://t.co/WM5dpvztp5
Attention Bio Anthro grad students and advisors: revised solicitation for NSF Biological Anthropology Program - Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants (BA-DDRIG) https://t.co/VZlqDDD6Dx. Office hours/Q&A coming next month! Please share.
UH GEO Prof. Mostafanezhad (@GeogProfMary) is a visiting scholar @CSEASUCB this fall during her sabbatical, to conduct research on two projects: one on seasonal air pollution in northern Thailand & the other on China's Belt and Road Initiative and its impact in mainland SE Asia.
Have you applied for Luce Scholars Program 2023-2024? If you have not applied, you still have time to do so. The deadline for Luce Scholars Program will be in 4 days from now, October 15, 2022 at 11:59 PM EST.
Job Opportunity: Assistant Professor of Asian Studies
We are hiring an Assistant Professor of Asian Studies who will contribute to the Asian International Affairs program, focus on Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia, or South Asia. For details please see https://t.co/kXjfu0xt3I
Great to see UHM Anthro prof @nativemanremade Ty Tengan featured on @wearehpr!
Native Hawaiian activists stopped military bombing on Kahoʻolawe 32 years ago
Thirty-two years ago this month, the U.S. government stopped a practice it had been conducting since late 1941: th...
After a 2+ year delay, I finally made it to UC Berkeley to be a visiting scholar at the Center for Southeast Asia Studies! 🎈Stoked to be here for a bit and I look forward to connecting with friends and colleagues in the Bay Area! 🤙 @UCBerkeley @NelsonGraburn
Excited to announce the launch of the fully open access Journal of Polynesian Archaeology and Research, a collab w/@UHPRESSNEWS @SocHawaiianArch and @EasterIslandFnd
We are now accepting submissions for Volume 1 (Spring 2023)!
This Hawai‘i #Archaeology Week, we're thrilled to announce the new #openaccess Journal of Polynesian Archaeology and Research, a joint venture of the Easter Island Foundation and @SocHawaiianArch https://t.co/50YA8A0af5
FINAL CALL to #igsc2023 abstract submission! Share your work TODAY!
The 22nd Annual International Graduate Student Conference is taking place in Honolulu, Hawai‘i, Feb. 16-18, 2023, with the theme "Recovery and Resilience in a Changing World."
The Center for Philippine Studies is organizing a webinar on "The Crisis of Martial Law" on Oct 5, 2022 from 4:00pm HST, featuring Josen Masangkay Diaz, Associate Professor, University of San Diego.
Register for the webinar here: https://t.co/4QlBuhcVJA
This year’s line up for the Ethnographic Methods seminar—students choose one book and attempt to work backward from the polished text to who did the research, how they did it, and what knowledge claims they can make as a result
My interview with Rosemary Lévy Zumwalt is Book Of The Day over at @NewBooksAnthro at the @NewBooksNetwork. Go check out our conversation about the first volume of her Boas biography!
Podcast | Rosemary Lévy Zumwalt, "Franz Boas: The Emergence of the…
Subscribe for free. Rosemary Lévy Zumwalt, "Franz Boas: The Emergence of the Anthropologist" (U Nebraska Press, 2019)
Please join us today for pau hana https://t.co/IGXnZYUxD9
Honolulu friends of the Center for South Asian Studies, come join us for our Pau Hana and say hello! We look forward to reconnecting in person.
The University of Hawai‘i Department of Anthropology welcomes our first colloquium speaker this Thursday, 15 Sept, 3pm Crawford Hall 115
CSAS Weekly Newsletter (September 5 - 9, 2022) - https://t.co/eDMKGxTt4H
The remaining face mask requirements on #UHohana campuses and properties will be lifted after Friday, September 16 ➡️ https://t.co/FphEcMfp0R
Today on the methods syllabus: Moving beyond the insider/outsider dichotomy
Excited to add this recent CFP to the reading list
Denaturalizing Ethnographic Epistemology
Update: As of June 2022, the call for submissions to this series is extended to July 15, 2022. This piece brings attention to the consequences of...
Hannah Arendt's final exam for On Revolution, taught at Northwestern University in 1961