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Another Successful End of Semester Party

Thank you to all those who made this Fall's End of Semester party so successful.

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News from 2017 Excavations at the Rousay Fieldschool in Orkney, Scotland

The sea is battering the Swandro site, on Rousay daily, over the winter and the lower (seaward) parts of the site sustain considerable damage. This can be seen in the stones forming the lower course of the chambered cairn. Here these stones appear to have been smoothed and the material retained by them sucked out by the force of the sea. Despite this the archaeology further up the sea cut terraces have survived more intact allow there has still been some signs of physical damage. The battle is on for the University of Bradford and Hunter College CUNY to examine this unique archaeological resource before it is destroyed.

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Celebrating Professor Greg Johnson's long service to the Department of Anthropology and Hunter College. Thanks!

The Department of Anthropology celebrates the end of the Fall 2017 semester and the retirement of Professor Gregory Johnson. Thank you for all your many contributions to the Department and College.

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From the May 1st Book Party Celebrating the Works of Leo Coleman, Marc Edelman, and Yukiko Koga

On May 1st, the Hunter Anthropology department celebrated the publication of works by professors Leo Coleman, Marc Edelman, and Yukiko Koga. Norwegian singer-songwriter Mari Solberg performed live.

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