4 Field Colloquium: "The complex evolutionary history of bipedalism: what new fossils from South Africa are revealing"
The Authors Forum Presents: "Elephants and Kings: An Environmental History," A Conversation with Thomas Trautmann and Andrew Shryock
4 Field Colloquium: Fighting and Foodways: A Bioarchaeological Study of Violence and Diet during Imperial Decline and Drought in the Peruvian Andes
2015 Jeffrey Parsons Lecture: Radiocarbon Dates, Hunter-Gatherer Population Growth, Climate Change, Warfare and High Altitude Archaeology in Wyoming
CMENAS Lecture: "Erased from Space and Consciousness: Israel and the Depopulated Palestinian Villages of 1948"
4 Field Colloquium: "The Pragmatics of what is shown: Indexicality and iconography in ritual discourse"
4 Field Colloquium: "To Siberia and Beyond: Studying Human Biology and Health at the Edge of the World"
Beyond Life/Not Life: A Feminist-Indigenous Reading of Cryopreservation Practices and Ethics, Interspecies Thinking, and the New Materialisms
Parsons Lecture: "What’s up on the Northwest Coast? Revising\rethinking Complex Hunter-Gatherers" - Ken Ames
Thirty Years of "Thinking Sex": A Symposium Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Publication of Gayle Rubin's essay "Thinking Sex: Notes for a Radical Theory of the Politics of Sexuality"
UMMA Brown Bag: "Finding Archaeological Sites on Submerged Landscapes in the Great Lakes Basin" - Lisa Sonnenburg
Four Field Colloquium: Lily Buffalo’s Heartache: Ethnographic Violation and Weston LaBarre’s Imperial Anthropology
UM Museum Studies Program presents Erica Lehrer: "Curating Memories in Conflict: New Ethnography in an Old Museum."
Four Field Colloquium: Friendship As Moral Experience: Ethnographic Dimensions And Ethical Reflections
EHAP Lecture Series: “The High Costs of Human Brain Development: Implications for the Evolution of Human Childhood”
Four Field Colloquium: Late Prehistoric Social Transformations in the Central Eurasian Steppes: Warfare, Metallurgy and Ritual Practice
EHAP Lecture Series: What does it mean to be a modern human? Perspectives on the modern obesity epidemic.
UMMA Brown Bag: Iron Age Landscapes of South India:The Tungabhadra Corridor Archaeological Project by Dr. Carla Sinopoli
LACS Lecture: "The Socialist Humanitarian Imperative: The Logic and Practice of Cuba's Quest for Global Health in the America" by Sean Brotherton
Colloquium: "Revolution in the Desert: The Rise of Desert Pastoralism and Cult in the Negev" by Steven A. Rosen
India Theme Semester Lecture: Mohamad Tavakoli - "Anthropologizing Europe: Late 18th and Early 19th Century Indo-Persian Accounts of “Native” Europeans"
India Theme Semester Lecture: "Populist Publics: Print Capitalism and Embodied Politics in South India" by Frank Cody
IRWG LGQ Research Initiative: Eric Plemons - "To Build a Better Vulva: Knowledge and Practice in American Genital Sex Reassignment Surgery"
Four Field Colloquium: Before the Gold Rush: Prehistoric Metallurgy and the Politics of Value in the Volga-Ural Steppes
The Author's Forum Presents: Being Nuclear: A Conversation with Gabrielle Hecht and Elizabeth Roberts
India Theme Semester Lecture: "Temple Destruction and Historical Construction: Rethinking the 'Fall' of Vijayanagara" by Kathleen Morrison
"Reproductive Biology and the Developmental Origins of Hypertension in a Rural African Population: The Dogon of Mali" by Beverly Strassmann
Four Field Colloquium Series: “Human evolutionary genomics: Implications for human origins and disease” by Sarah Tishkoff
Four Field Colloquium Series: " In Tastes Lost and Found: Remembering the Real Flavor of Fat Pork" by Brad Weiss
Exhibit curated by Carla Sinopoli: Buddhist Thangkas and Treasures: The Walter Koelz Collection, Museum of Anthropology at the UM Museum of Art
SC Workshop: "The morality of liberty: Socioeconomic transition and bodily comportment in the Republic of Guinea" by Mike McGovern
Four Field Colloquium Series: "America, Genealogy, History: ‘New World’ Technologies of Race" by Duana Fulwiley
Four Field Colloquium Series: Taphonomic and Paleocological Change at Boomplaas Cave, Western Cape, South Africa
Four Field Colloquium Series: "Taphonomic and Paleoecological Change at Boomplaas Cave, Western Cape, South Africa" by J. Tyler Faith
SC Workshop: "Objects of Possession: Photography, Spirits and the Entangled Arts of Appearance" by Paul Johnson
CAW Graduate Student Conference: Movement in Ancient Economies: Archaeological Approaches to Distribution
CAW Graduate Student Conference: Talk by Gil Stein (University of Chicago): "Political Landscapes of Distribution: Power Relations and the Circulation of Value in Ancient Complex Societies"
Job Talk for Origins of Human Culture archaeology search: "High and dry: the centrality of marginal environments to human origins research" by Brian Stewart
Job Talk for Origins of Human Culture archaeology search: "Building Multidisciplinary Research in Terra Incognita: Current Results from the Malawi" by Jessica Thompson
Opening reception of State of Exception exhibit featuring the work of Michigan Anthropology professor Jason De León’s Undocumented Migration Project
Roundtable discussion about Latino immigration issues and information session regarding the Undocumented Migration Project Summer Field School
Job Talk for Origins of Human Culture archaeology search: The evolution of the modern hunter-gatherer niche: Insights from Europe and Africa" by Julien Riel-Salvatore
Circumpolar Job Talk: "An Emerging Synthesis of Beringian/Western Subarctic Archaeology" by Ben Potter
Circumpolar Job Talk: "Behavioral adaptations to environmental extremes: Evidence from northern Patagonia" by Raven Garvey
Circumpolar Job Talk: "Pleistocene Peopling of Siberia and Beringia: Bridging Old and New Worlds" by Kelly Graf
Anthropology and History Workshop: “From Fesiten to Fesibuku: The Changing Uses of Saamaka History" by Richard Price
Job Talk: “The Law of Slavery and the Language of Rights: Adaptations of the Code Noir in the Era of the Haitian Revolution” by Malick Ghachem
“Bureaucracy, Sorcery, and the Politics of Humanitarian and Development Aid in Haiti” by Erica James
32nd Distinguished Senior Faculty Lecture: "After the Fall": Darwin and Milton on Descent" by Gillian Feeley-Harnik
Interdisciplinary Seminar for Islamic Studies workshop with Michigan Anthropology alum Professor Flagg Miller
Talk: "From Prisons to Paradises: Rituals of Indebtedness Before and After the Age of Discipline" by Gustav Peebles
"A Bio-Cultural Approach to Racial Disparities in Health: Genetics, Epigenetics, and the Biological Embedding of Psychosocial Stress" by Amy Non
"Make new friends and keep the old? Parasites, immune function, health, and changing market integration in Amazonian Forager-Horticulturalists" by Aaron Blackwell
The Department of Anthropology's Four Field Colloquium Series presents:"The Gift in the Commodity: On Alienation and Assessment" by Anna Tsing
Fall 2011 CICS Human Rights Fellow Lecture: Feminism, Human Rights, and War: The Case of Lebanon, 2006 to the Arab Spring by Nadine Naber
Science, Technology, Medicine & Society (STeMS) Fall 2011 Speaker Series presents: "Challenging Sociality? Humanoid Robots and Their Therapeutic Use amongst Children with Autism Spectrum Conditions" by Kathleen Richardson
The Department of Anthropology Four-Field Colloquium Series: "Action, gesture & grammar: 'iconicity' in Zinacantec Family Homesign" by John Haviland
Michigan Anthropology alum Elise Edwards will speak on "Fukushima's Victories and Victims: The Fateful Alliance of Japanese Soccer and Nuclear Power"
The Center for South Asian Studies Lecture Series: "The Many Lives of Family Stories: Mythology and Memoir" by Kirin Narayan
Colloquium: "Primatology and cultural anthropology: A rationale for a fruitful exchange" by Chapais Bernard
Photo Exhibit Opening: "In the Field/At Home: Considering the complex meanings of fieldwork and home for ethnographers at work."
Colloquium: "Traces from Northern Forests: Multiple Contexts of <I>Xaasaa Cheeg’e Ts’eniin</I> (Upward-Sun-River-Mouth Child)" by Ben Potter