Displaying items by tag: department of anthropology

Chadra Pittman was invited to serve two years as a student representative on the General Anthropology Division Board.
Hosted by the UAB Department of Biology, Darwin Day 2024 will be an opportunity to learn about current UAB research and listen to keynote speaker Athena Aktipis, Ph.D., host of the podcast “Zombified.” 
Speakers for “A Tale of Two Cities: Atlanta and Birmingham During the Civil Rights Movement” will shed light on how city governments, civil society leaders and urban geographies can advance or obstruct racial justice and human rights.
This summer, UAB Student Nick Long will complete an internship with the center’s archaeological laboratory, which hosts one the largest archaeological databases in the United States.
Students of peace, justice and human rights at UAB will join global thought leaders in the two-day, immersive event — focused on the pursuit of peace at all levels of society.
A panel including experts from across UAB will discuss the Ukraine crisis and its implications for geopolitics and human rights.
Although both of her parents graduated from UAB’s School of Medicine, attending the university was not part of Katie Fagan’s long-term plan — at least not at first.
The only graduate program of its kind in the state, the degree provides students with the theoretical background and practical skills necessary to enter a career in the emerging fields of cultural heritage practice, policy and management.
Social Justice Café will host a virtual conversation March 31 to discuss the rise of violence and discrimination against Asian Americans during the pandemic.
Social Justice Café will host a virtual conversation on Feb. 16 to discuss motivators and facilitators of the attack of the U.S. Capitol.
A UAB professor and author has made history as the first recipient of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship from UAB and the state of Alabama.
Research shows that individuals who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder are not just war veterans, but anyone who has experienced some form of severe life trauma.
A UAB professor and author will host a local literary event and fundraiser for GlobalXplorer.

Questions about human aggression, violence and oppression are answered in a documentary featuring Douglas P. Fry, Ph.D.

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