NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
RECENT NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History | May 28—August 4, 2019 — Curated by a team of Columbia University Museum Anthropology graduate students, this exhibit features a striking 19th century sanightaaq, or Siberian Yupik ceremonial gut parka.
Updates on the Center’s activities are sent out in the Fall and Spring semesters. If you have any news or events that you’d like to circulate please send them to Prof. Brian Boyd at firstname.lastname@example.org
Research by Professor Severin Fowles and colleagues on the subject of Comanche archaeology has been covered in a new documentary showing on PBS
Human remains are at the heart of Zoë Crossland’s work. In one of the most popular classes that she teaches, Corpse Life, students learn about the history of death and the treatment of remains.
Welcome to The Center for Archaeology’s Fall Newsletter. We post biannual updates on archaeology at Columbia at the start of the Fall and Spring semesters.
The months since our last newsletter have seen a lot of activity and new initiatives by faculty and students at Columbia and Barnard, from field schools to art works – all outlined below. We welcome our incoming students and a special welcome to new faculty member Lisa Trever, in the Department of Art History and Archaeology.
If you have any news or events that you’d like to circulate please send them to me (zc2149) or to Brian Boyd (bb2305). Our calendar of events may be found on the CCA homepage.
We post updates on the Center’s activities at the start of the Fall and Spring semesters. If you have any news or events that you’d like to circulate please send them to Prof. Brian Boyd