All anthropology

Machu Picchu, Peru. Photo by Roberto H on Unsplash

March 22, 2022

Study reconsiders name of Peru’s Machu Picchu

Findings from UIC archeologist suggest Incas had a different name for the site

Java Sea Shipwreck

February 8, 2019

‘X-ray gun’ traces origins of Chinese porcelains found on ancient shipwreck

UIC and Field Museum archaeologists study cargo on vessel that sank 800 years ago

Anna Roosevelt and Chris Davis

October 15, 2018

PBS’ ‘Native America’ documentary features research by UIC anthropologists

Screening on campus Oct. 18, premieres nationally Oct. 23

August 7, 2018

East Meets West: City’s urban gardens grow sense of community

Interdisciplinary team studies city gardens used by low-income, immigrant, refugee populations

Kate Clancy and Julienne Rutherford

October 16, 2017

Report identifies factors associated with harassment, abuse in academic fieldwork

College students considering careers in fields like archaeology or geology […]

Tarini Bedi

October 13, 2015

What drives taxi trade in Mumbai? anthropologist asks

Chronicling industry’s social history in Mumbai, city of 40,000 cabs

Ruth Rosenberg

December 8, 2014

Music, anthropology and French tourists

Ruth Rosenberg studies the cultural, social depth of non-Western music

Mitchel Hendrickson

April 29, 2014

Connecting students with Far East anthropology

Silver Circle winner Mitchel Hendrickson teaches how to write, and think

Waud Kracke

February 4, 2014

Anthropologist Waud Kracke, 74

Applied psychoanalytic theory to the understanding of culture

Christopher Davis

November 19, 2013

Anthropologist digs new insights from ancient rock art

Stone Age paintings in the Amazon are more than just prehistoric images