Faculty News

Bernard Perley presents to USCIS

Bernard Perley presented his artwork and anthropology research to the Office of Homeland Security/Citizenship and Immigrations Services Field Office in Milwaukee (USCIS).

Tracey Heatherington tracks global gene banking initiatives

Heatherington’s research tracks global gene banking initiatives across scales and networks of collaboration, connected through the node of the Svalbard Global Seed Vault.

Arnold and Jeske publish article on mortuary archaeology

“The archaeology of death: mortuary archaeology in the US and Europe 1990-2013” by Bettina Arnold and Robert Jeske has just appeared in the journal Annual Review of Anthropology.

Thomas Malaby presents lecture on games

Malaby presented his lecture at the University College London’s Center for Digital Anthropology.

Professor Bettina Arnold installs exhibit at Halls of History

Arnold and Masters candidate Barbara McClendon installed an exhibit at Forest Home Cemetery’s “Halls of History” for Doors Open Milwaukee

UWM anthropologists present papers in Istanbul

Anthropology faculty members and PhD students presented papers at the European Association of Archaeologists 20th meeting.

Bettina Arnold receives funding for publication

The UWM Graduate School Research Committee awarded Arnold $15,000 in Subvention Funds.

Ben Campbell presents in Spain

Campbell presented “The emergence of language with music and ritual: an hypothesis” on June 27.

Trudy Turner wins award from AAPA

Turner recently received the AAPA’s Gabriel W. Lasker Award for Distinguished Service.

Tracey Heatherington’s course featured in New York Times

Heatherington’s course “The Political Ecology in Imagination” was mentioned in a New York Times article.