Catherine Dye, whose paper, “Using Archaeology to Find and Interpret the Role of Children in the Colonial Chesapeake,” won the Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference’s Undergraduate Student Paper Award. Catherine competed against 9 students. Her research for this paper is the basis her St. Mary’s Project, which will be presented in the Blackistone room on Monday, Find out more »
Every year the Women Divers Hall of Fame offers graduate, undergraduate, and non-academic scholarships and training grants for diving and related disciplines (including marine biology, conservation, teaching, and underwater archaeology). This year, I am very fortunate to be the recipient of the Cecilia Connelly Memorial Graduate Scholarship in Underwater Archaeology. I am currently an M.A. Find out more »
The Anthropology Club visited the National Museum of the American Indian on Saturday, November 12, and had a wonderful time. The museum was great and everyone really enjoyed themselves; the nice weather also helped make the trip enjoyable.
Professor of Anthropology Julia A. King was recently awarded a prestigious Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture / Jamestown Rediscovery Fellowship for her project, “Political Development and Virginia’s Plantation Landscape.” Professor King plans to compare patterns of landscape observed for the Calvert family and their allies in Maryland with those of political leaders Find out more »
Anthropology majors Jazzie Gray (rising senior) and Alissa Fisher (rising sophomore) joined SMCM faculty members Veronica Arellano, Pamela Mann, Amanda Vermeulen and Bill Roberts at the inaugural Towson Conference for Academic Libraries in a presentation/workshop about an ongoing ethnographic research project, “The SMCM Library and Student Culture.”
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On June 15, St. Mary’s College of Maryland and the Charles County Chapter of the NAACP announced the discovery of the Josiah Henson Birthplace Archaeological Site. Born into slavery in 1796 on a farm near Port Tobacco, Henson witnessed the assault and brutal beatings of both parents. Along with his wife and four children, he Find out more »
Anthropology Professor Emeritus Daniel Ingersoll and his wife, former adjunct Anthropology Professor Kate Ingersoll, have a book contract with Routledge Press for an edited volume of the latest scholarly work on Rapa Nui (aka Easter Island). The book’s title is Rapa Nui (Easter Island): Cultural and Environmental Changes and Challenges.
SMCM alumna Sarah Gregorini (’10), currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Social Work at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, returns to Gambia as part of a team led by Medical School faculty Drs. Melissa McDiarmid and Joanna Gaitens, for an occupational safety workshop with the Gambian Ministry of Health and University of The Gambia School Find out more »
Professor Julia King and adjunct faculty member Scott Strickland used the Piscataway modeling project as the example for a webinar sponsored by the US National Park Service on Indigenous Cultural Landscapes on May 11, 2016. The webinar will be featured in the future on the US National Park Service’s YouTube page.
From the Newsroom
St. Mary’s College Faculty and Staff Present at “Universities, Slavery, Public Memory, and the Built Landscape” Conference
St. Mary’s College’s Anthropology Department to Host Prof. Martin Gallivan for Visiting Anthropologist Speaker series