SPONSORED EVENTS 2014-2015

 

2014

No dates listed

TBA

 

SPONSORED EVENTS 2012-2013

 

2013

November 26

Documentary film by Chris White. “Ancient Aliens Debunked.”

November 14

Book and Bake sale.

November 13

Book and Bake sale.

November 1

Sponsored talk by Dr. Kara Hoover (Department of Anthropology-UAF). "You Eat What You Smell."

October 19

Archaeology Day.

 

2012 

September 7

Sponsored talk by Carol Ellick (Archaeological and Cultural Education Consultants). "To Share or Not to Share: Archaeological Education as a Mechanism to Reduce Looting." PODCAST at: http://greenandgold.uaa.alaska.edu/podcasts/index.php?id=697

September 7

Sponsored talk byCarol Ellick (Archaeological and Cultural Education Consultants) and Dr. Joe Watkins (Native American Studies Program-OU). "An Anthropology Graduate's Guide: From Student to Career." PODCAST at: http://greenandgold.uaa.alaska.edu/podcasts/index.php?id=696

September 6

Sponsored talk by Dr. Joe Watkins (Native American Studies Program-OU). "Indigenous Archaeology as a Decolonizing Mechanism: The Changing Relationship Between Archaeologists and Indigenous Communities."PODCAST at: http://greenandgold.uaa.alaska.edu/podcasts/index.php?id=691

March 30

Brown bag talk by Dr. Alan Boraas (Kenai Campus-UAA) Dr. Catherine Knott (Kachemak Bay Campus-UAA). “Kenai Campus.” Series coordinated by Heather Roehl and Jason Stariwat.

February 24

Brown bag talk by Dr. Richard Brown (ICHS-UAA). “Between Worlds: Practicing Anthropology in Public Health and Clinical Medicine.” Series coordinated by Heather Roehl and Jason Stariwat.

February 17

Brown bag talk by Dr. Aron Crowell (ASC-SI and UAA). “That Anthropologist Oughta Be in a Museum.” Series coordinated by Heather Roehl and Jason Stariwat.

February 10

Brown bag talk by Dr. Rachel Mason (NPS and UAA). “The Continuing Story of Four Lost Aleutian Villages.” Series coordinated by Heather Roehl and Jason Stariwat.

January 27

Brown bag talk by Dr. Marie Lowe (ISER-UAA). “Applied Anthropology and Public Policy Research.” Series coordinated by Heather Roehl and Jason Stariwat.

 

SPONSORED EVENTS 2010-2011

 

2011

April 22

Sponsored talk by Dr. Denielle Elliott (Prospective Candidate). "Imagining "Atlanta": Spatiality and the Cultural Politics of Experimental Medicine in East Africa."

April 15

Sponsored talk by Sarah Krier (Prospective Candidate). "Our Roots, Our Strength: the Jamu Industry, Women's Health and Islam in Contemporary Indonesia."

April 12

Book and Bake sale.

April 8

Sponsored talk by Dr. Kristen Ogilvie (Prospective Candidate). "One Size Doesn't Fit All: Legal Product Abuse and the Importance of Context in Drug Use Prevention."

March 18

Sponsored talk by Dr. Roman Franco (School of Medicine-University of Puerto Rico). "The Object of Medicine: Towards Redefinition of Homo sapiens." 


2010 

November 11

Sponsored talk by Dr. David Yesner (UAA). "From Bronze Age to Stone Age: Travels in Europe."

November 5

A documentary film by Anne Marie Nakagawa. "Between Living in the Hyphen."

November 2

A documentary film by Anne Marie Nakagawa. "Between Living in the Hyphen."

October 27

Book and Bake sale.

October 8

Brown bag talks by students and faculty. "What I Did This Summer II: More Tales from the Field."

September 24

Sponsored talk by Dr. Patricia McAnany (UNC-Chapel Hill). "Indigenous Rights and Cultural Heritage in the Maya Region."

September 24

Sponsored talk by Dr. Patricia McAnany (UNC-Chapel Hill). "Questioning Maya Collapse: A Reconsideration of Apocalyptic Narratives."

September 17

Brown bag talks by students and faculty. "What I Did This Summer: Tales from the Field."