News and Events

Oil and the Licit of Capitalism in Equatorial Guinea: The Contract
Hannah Appel
INTS 1111

daHEIM in Berlin: Exile, Difference, and Mobility
Katarzyna Puzon
November 7, 2018
4:30 - 6:00pm
Watkins 1347

Reflections from the Field: Gender and Work in Northwestern Mexico
Maria L. Cruz-Torres
October 30, 2018
11:30 - 2:00pm
INTN 3023

Education Abroad for Anthropology Majors
October 25, 2018
3:10 - 4:30pm
Watkins 1347

Ducks, Monkeys, and Cacao: Recent Investigations at the Initial Series Group Chichen Itza, Yucatan
Karl Taube
October 17, 2018
3:00 - 5:00pm
INTN 1111

Who is Indigenous Here? The Rising Stakes of Recognition in Indonesia
Prof. Tania Murray Li
Wednesday April 25
3pm - 4:30pm
INTS 1113

Book signing and reception on "Close Encounters with Humankind" with guest speaker Sang-Hee Lee as part of our Hot off the Presses series. RSVP required for this event:

Date & Time:
March 1, 2018 @6:00 - 7:30 PM

Cellar Door Books
5225 Canyon Crest Dr, Suite 30
Riverside, 92507

In this captivating bestseller, Korea’s first paleoanthropologist offers fresh insights into humanity’s dawn and evolution.

What can fossilized teeth tell us about the life expectancy of our ancient ancestors? How did farming play a problematic role in the history of human evolution? How can simple geometric comparisons of skull and pelvic fossils suggest a possible origin to our social nature? And what do we truly have in common with the Neanderthals? In this captivating international bestseller, Close Encounters with Humankind, Korea’s first paleoanthropologist, Sang-Hee Lee, explores some of our greatest evolutionary questions from new and unexpected angles. Learn more >

This special installment in our Hot Off the Presses series is co-hosted by Cellar Door Books and the UCR Department of Anthropology.

Feb 03
The Rise of Civilization in Mesoamerica Conference
Riverside Public Library

Dec 08
Randy Haas
The Andean Ascent: How Humans First Settled the High Altitudes of Peru over 7000 years ago
INTS 1113

Oct 17
Andrea Cucina
Living in Yucatán during the Late Pleistocene: The Odontology of Naia, a 13,000 Year Old Teenager
Watkins 1350
12:10 – 1:00 p.m.