Anthropologist explores migration among Canada's French-speaking minorities
SUNY Oswego anthropology faculty member Lindsay A. Bell has co-authored a book that traces labor mobility among French-speaking Canadians across the broad sweep of the country, from Alberta oil sands and Arctic diamond mines to a fishing-and-tourism village in New Brunswick.
Wed Mar 27, 2013
College's new X-ray device to probe archeological samples
Analyzing sharp-force trauma, studying ceramic artifacts disinterred after centuries, disclosing the trace elements in soils—SUNY Oswego forensic anthropologist Kathleen Blake can think of many uses for portable X-ray equipment purchased with a National Park Service grant.
Wed May 09, 2012
Metzgar, Pippin honored for student advisement
Faculty members Richard Metzgar in art and Douglas Pippin in anthropology will receive the 2012 President’s Award for Excellence in Academic Advisement, which recognizes commitment to empowering and encouraging students from first year to senior, and sometimes beyond.
Thu Feb 02, 2012
Grant aids project to catalog Native American artifacts, map sites
A $90,000 federal grant has helped advance a SUNY Oswego project to catalog and map the origins of at least 160,000 centuries-old Native American and other artifacts from archeological sites around the state
Thu Sep 16, 2010
Anthropology major digs into rich past during summer experience
It’s not all that common that someone can say that they spent five weeks over the summer in Lynchburg, West Virginia, to search for artifacts at Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest, but senior Stephanie Hallinan can.
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