Anthropology

William James Hall
Race

Dominance of Western Perspectives Troubles the Social Sciences

American and Western European foci and schools of thought continue to dominate social science fields at Harvard, frustrating some students and faculty even as other perspectives and methods grow.

Central Administration

Court Declines Motion to Protect Names in Tenure Denial Case

An ongoing lawsuit that alleges Harvard discriminated against a former associate professor on the basis of gender has now provoked a broader dispute about the confidentiality of the University’​s tenure process.

Harvard Weissman's Conservators Protect Objects of the Past
Research

Harvard Weissman's Conservators Protect Objects of the Past

Politics

Professors Support Resolution To Boycott Israeli Institutions

Twenty-one Harvard faculty and graduate students have voted or signed a petition to place a resolution to boycott Israeli academic institutions on the American Anthropological Association’s spring ballot.

College

Families Interact with Ancient Artifacts at Archaeology Fair

Ancient Mayan teeth and a mummified crocodile were among the artifacts featured at the Peabody Museum’s Amazing Archaeology Fair on Saturday.

Arthur M. Kleinman
FAS

Arthur M. Kleinman

Changing the Channel
On Campus

Changing the Channel

Athena P. Bowe ’15 presents her senior thesis in Quincy House on Wednesday evening entitled, “Changing the Channel: A Study of Audience Reception and Identity Formation of University Students in Shanghai.”

Changing Channels
College

Changing Channels

Athena P. Bowe ’15 presents her senior thesis in Quincy House on Wednesday evening entitled, “Changing the Channel: A Study of Audience Reception and Identity Formation of University Students in Shanghai.”

In the Studio
College

Photos of the Day (04/01/2015)

Kimberly Theidon
Central Administration

Former Professor Files Federal Lawsuit in Response to Tenure Denial

The complaint—which names Harvard and the Harvard Corporation as defendants—reiterates several allegations that Harvard’s decision to deny her tenure violated federal anti-sex discrimination law Title IX.

FAS

Anthropology Professor Named Changjiang Scholar

The title of Changjiang Scholar is often considered the most prestigious academic award conferred in China, and is rarely granted to foreigners or to social scientists.

Excavation Results Day
Student Life

More Remnants of Indian College in Yard Emerge

After discovering the foundation of the Indian College in previous digs, students said that the discovery of a “clay cap” basement structure could shed new light on life at the school, which was erected in 1655 and dismantled in 1698.

Anthropology 1130: Holes
Anthropology

The Secret Life of Anthropology 1130

Dig a little deeper, and it gets all the more intriguing.

Anthropology 1130: Holes
Anthropology

Anthropology 1130: Holes

Anthropology 1130: Holes

Science

Anthropologist Shares Tales of Conservation, Discovery

Wright has spent the last three decades of her life working to protect Madagascar's rainforests and bring economic development to the nation's citizens.