Bolivia Field School
Bolivia Field School program students meet with René Merida, director of the Historical Archives of the Bolivian National Congress.
The Center for Archaeological Research hosts a Public Archaeology Day at Rowan Oak, home of William Faulkner, to learn about ongoing excavation of slave quarters dating to the mid-1800s.
Graduate students Joshua Shiers and Grace Meyers examine rock artifacts from an archaeological site.
Jodi Skipper, professor of Anthropology & Southern Studies, named a 2017 Humanities Scholar by the Mississippi Humanities Council.
Brian Foster writes three features for Anthony Bourdain's "No Reservations" on food, race, and music in Mississippi.
Center for Population Studies wins share of $1.8 million Kellogg Grant to help build health care workforcd: 0px 0px rgba(20, 33, 61, 0.75); padding: 16px 10px; width: 100%; height: 100%; color: white; font-family: Garamond,Baskerville; font-size: 1.5rem; z-index: 99;">Center for Population Studies wins share of $1.8 million Kellogg Grant to help build health care workforce in Mississippi Delta.e in Mississippi Delta.
Welcome new Sociology and Anthropology Graduate Students!