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  • 2021 UD Anthropology Student Awards
  • MAAC Honors Dr. Jay F. Custer with Lifetime Achievement Award
  • New Book: Why the World Needs Anthropologists
  • Shallow Inclusion of Latinx Students in Campus Culture at PWI
  • Undergrad Relocates UD Studies to Jordan
  • New Material Culture Topic: ANTH342 Bordering- Centralizing the Marginalized
  • Mississippi after Katrina: Disaster Recovery and Reconstruction on the Gulf Coast
  • Summer Scholars Research in Anthropology
  • Deflating the myth of isolated communities
  • From Temporary Migrants to Permanent Attractions: Tourism, Cultural Heritage, and Afro-Antillean Identities in Panama
  • Pursuing their passion
  • In Memoriam: Daniel P. Biebuyck
  • Support for scholarship
  • The Real Ebola “Emergency”
  • These Feet are Made for Walking
  • Conservation of Rare Islamic Document
  • Evolutionarily, grandmas are good for grandkids — up to a point
  • One size does not fit all: Examining ethnicity in gestational weight gain guidelines
  • Mapping global migration
  • Darwin Day Lecture at University of Delaware Library
  • Nobel Prizes explained
  • Lab Coordinator Andrea Anderson collaborates with Dr. Rocek on published article
  • Lenape group and UD student travel to study traditional fishing nets
  • Dehumanisation and Contested Spaces: Rethinking #Displacement from Refugees to Homelessness
  • Alumni Meghan Howey searches for history at 1654 meeting house site
  • Alumni Brandon Bies works to excavate the bones of Civil War soldiers
  • Alumni Amy Roe advocates for ban on the use of lead paint on outdoor structures
  • 'Game-changer’ Richard Leakey traces evidence of humanity’s origins in Africa
  • "FALSE-ALARM LESSONS: Disaster researchers study response to Hawaii missile alert"
  • Alumni Danny Childs featured in "The Farm" article
  • Dr. Melby publishes article with a graduate student first author, Wakako Takeda
  • Dr. Peter Weil featured in the Wall Street Journal on the Apostrophe
  • Anthropologist traces Dorothea, a slave, from her capture in Africa to St. Croix
  • Undergraduate Kayla Morrell collaborates with Dr. Melby on published paper
  • Dr. Karen Rosenberg interviewed in the DailyBeast
  • Connected by a thread
  • 'Corporate Islam'
  • Managing menopause
  • Guerrón Montero wins Fulbright
  • New AAAS Fellow
  • Global medical experience
  • New 'Explorer'
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  • Mapping a culture
  • Ese'eja Nation
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  • To understand today's health problems, professor looks at evolutionary past
  • New Sweden conference
  • Making farm fresh affordable
  • Top seniors
  • Plastino Scholars named
  • LEARNing to communicate
  • Islam and anthropology
  • Social scientists share research on health care policy
  • Global at Home program offers study abroad experience in Delaware
  • Anthropology students excavate artifacts from Delaware's colonial capital
  • Research in Turkey
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