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Each year, the UD Department of Anthropology hosts a number of external speakers both in person and by zoom. These colloquium events showcase cutting-edge research and engagement. Speaker events often speak to broad, periodic themes cutting across and linking our multiple subfields and approaches and inviting conversations about major global issues.
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Refugees in Nakivale, Uganda repurpose oil tins donated from USAID in the construction of their homes to symbolize the borders they hope to overcome in the future
2022-2023: Climate Change
Herrman, Augustine. Map of Virginia and Maryland, 1670, with "Delaware" outlined in red as an indigenous homeland and colonial borderland
Hostile Terrain 94 Project ~3,200 handwritten toe tags that represent migrants who have died trying to cross the Sonoran Desert of Arizona between the mid-1990s and 2019
Above: Speed, John. A Map of New England and New York Sold by Tho: Basset in Fleetstreet and Richard Chiswell in St. Paul's Church, 1676. Fordham University Library. Below: Herrman, Augustine. Map of Virginia and Maryland, 1670, with "Delaware" outlined in red as a borderland