Latest anthropology News

Origin and Legacy of Etruscans
Gay men may be at greater risk for poor skeletal health: University study
Warm oceans helped first human migration from Asia to North America
South Asia, Latin America ‘flashpoints’ of global care markets
Genetics of human face begin to reveal underlying profile
Ahmann co-edits journal issue on ‘late industrialism’
Research on intergenerational impacts of Maralinga nuclear tests supported by Moran Award
Monash leads Australia with over $38M in research funding
Anthropologist examines aging in U.S. ‘Through Japanese Eyes’
Population Dynamics and Rise of Empires in Inner Asia
10 Million Euro ERC Synergy Grant Awarded for Study of Cognitive and Cultural Evolution of Numeracy
Denisovan DNA in genome of early East Asians
Book examines Black Jewish indigeneity in South Africa
Lost Kaurna shield returns home
University Mississauga researcher uncovers evidence of earliest known dairy production in India
Brewing Up Ancient Beer
Armed with 3D scanners, University anthropologists ready hundreds of fossils for virtual labs
Study explores family history amid frontier conflict
UW awarded NIH grant for training in advanced data analytics for behavioral and social sciences
Filmmaker Jeff Palmer tells Native Americans’ untold stories
Neandertal gene variant increases risk of severe Covid-19
Johannes Krause Wins “Fabio Frassetto” International Prize for Paleoanthropology
Y chromosomes of Neandertals and Denisovans now sequenced
Orphaned chimpanzees can suffer for life
From hip-hop to healthy soil: 56 University researchers receive Connaught New Researcher Award
New committee members to advise City on access and inclusion
Hamilton, pirates and Roman horror stories: 10 new courses at University Mississauga this fall
Indigenous perspectives on Australia’s history of pandemics provides context for COVID-19
Helping communities in times of hardship – a CFA National Science Week profile
Warnings on Pilbara and other heritage sites
Analysis of Roopkund Lake Skeletons Makes Nature Communications’ Top 25
Ancient shell llama offering found in Lake Titicaca
Neandertals may have had a lower threshold for pain
Reduction of bushmeat hunting
Pacific climate change study gains $4.5m
University and Hebrew University of Jerusalem launch research and innovation partnership
‘Land and Water Revisited’ to livestream for premier
New book chronicles complexities of Roman storage
10 ways an arts degree can change world
Marching for change: 2017 Women’s March met with mostly positive support online
Strengthened research profiles, novel visions for future
Desert art with heart from red centre of Alice Springs
Researchers discover origins of beloved guinea pig
It’s no ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’: Elton John work subject of new book
Human Mobility and Western Asia’s Early State-Level Societies
Women with Neandertal gene give birth to more children
3Qs at U with Science Sam: David Samson on sleep
Cultural diversity in chimpanzees