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Class Announcement - ANT 431: Fraudulent Archaeology

March 13, 2019

ANT 431 - 01 Historical Perspectives in Anthropology - 35648 Prerequisites: Two upper-division anthropology courses or permission of instructor. 2:30 pm - 3:45 pm TR

Class Announcement - ANT 370: Ethnographic Field School

March 13, 2019

Spring 2019 Ethnographic Field School

Internship opportunities for Summer and Fall 2019

March 6, 2019

Please find descriptions for a number of wonderful internship options for Spring and Summer 2019: Bethany Refugee Services Community Action House Sustainable Agricultural Project Fulton Street Farmer�s Market

Anthropology Internship Information Session

February 14, 2019

Friday, Feb. 22nd 12:00PM-1:00PM ANT 249 (Lab)

Professor preserves medical traditions of Kenyan tribe through catalog

January 11, 2019

A Grand Valley professor is preserving the medical traditions of an indigenous community in Kenya by cataloging the medicinal plants used by the Maasai tribe.

NO ONE CARED... WE WAS JUST INDIAN WOMEN by Cathleen Osborne-Gowey - Friday Nov 9th

November 6, 2018

"NO ONE CARED... WE WAS JUST INDIAN WOMEN" Turning Generations of Pain into Passion and a Grassroots Movement By Cathleen Osborne-Gowey

Course announcement - Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Gender

October 24, 2018

ANT 370- Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Gender

Class announcement - Advanced Cross Cultural Linguistics

October 24, 2018

Advanced Cross Cultural Linguistics

Info session; Certificate in Applied Anthropology

October 1, 2018

Join us Wednesday, October 3rd for an information session on the Certificate in Applied Anthropology

Fieldwork through the Eyes of an Undergraduate

July 24, 2018

Roberto Carriedo Ostos is an undergraduate student studying Anthropology and Political Science at Grand Valley State University. He is currently conducting a in young, urban Maasai families alongside assistant professor Kristin Hedges



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