Latest anthropology News

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
How do humans and environment interact?
University researcher on why puzzles became a popular pandemic pastime
You little beauty: Australian team wins AI Eurovision-style song contest
You little beauty: Australian team wins AI Eurovision-style song contest
Oldest Upper Paleolithic Homo sapiens in Europe
African Skeletons From Early Colonial Mexico Tell Story of First Generation Slaves
Going all-digital, University Mississauga art gallery addresses COVID-19 crisis, supports arts and culture
Neandertals had older mothers and younger fathers
University to support 31 high-impact coronavirus research projects through Toronto COVID-19 Action Fund
Lights, Camera, AI: Australian team to compete in AI Eurovision-style song contest
Amazonian crops domesticated 10,000 years ago
Indigenous knowledge could reveal ways to weather climate change on islands
Fossil skull reveals ape-like brain but prolonged growth similar to humans
Lucy had an ape-like brain
Publishing in March: Cambridge World History of Violence
New criminology course to advance criminal justice research
Harvard appoints UNSW academics to Australian Studies Chair
Beads traded more than 30,000 years ago offer early proof of social networks: University researchers
No substitute for good bedside manner
Global nature of Archaeology at Southampton leads to top 50 world ranking
How Millets sustained Mongolia’s Empires
Alice Springs to host rural health symposium
Monsters brought to life in book of brutes
University of Sydney sociologist bound for IAS in Princeton
Researchers were not right about left brains
Boomerangs – from an effective tool to a national symbol
Yiddish course offers ‘laboratory’ for studying cultures
It’s time to explain Country in Indigenous terms