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