NEWS & EVENTS
On October 3rd, the Department of Anthropology participated in the FedEx Institute of Technology's Research and Innovation Expo. To see how anthropology can add value to any business,
please visit our new Anthropology and Business webpage.
This summer, Dr. Keri Brondo led a group of undergraduate and graduate students on
a two-week study abroad trip to Costa Rica for course on the Anthropology of Tourism.
Tourism has become a key development strategy for many countries, especially those
in the Global South, and currently . . . More. . .
Dr. Michael Duke, Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology, recently
published an editorial in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. The piece details his research on the health disparities of resident Marshallese,
and the social injustice of policies that force them to pay into a Medicare system
they cannot use. It also reveals the economic impact of this policy for all of Arkansas.