Faculty & Student Fieldwork News Archive
Dr. Brian A. Hoey (Sociology & Anthropology) together with students in his course “Culture and Environment” (ANT & SOC 466 and 566) are having a community event to demonstrate how cultural ecology provides us with a holistic vision of varied relationships over time and space that human populations have had with their environments. The course
Marshall University Archaeological Fieldschool, 2017
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology sponsored Works in Progress Series continues. We’re now in our third year! We’ll be meeting for our last session of the Fall 2017 semester on Friday, November 11th at 1 PM in Drinko Library, Room 402. We have had the same room and time slot all semester for all sessions of
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology sponsored Works in Progress Series continues. We’re now in our third year! Next week we’ll be meeting on Friday, October 14th at 1 PM in Drinko Library, Room 402. We have the same room and time slot all semester for all sessions of the series. Each session will have 1-2
Tyler Ball (Anthropology BA, 2013) is seen here in Summer 2016 working on the shipwreck Atlanta near Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The Atlanta, built in 1891, burnt and sank in Lake Michigan in 1906. Tyler is pursuing a graduate degree in Maritime Studies and Historical Archaeology at East Carolina University.
Throughout that busy semester, Heidi Dennison, Jake Farley, Samantha Harvey, Alexis Kastigar, Hannah Smith, and Jocelyn Taylor had an in-depth, “behind the scenes” experience learning how to host an academic conference. In addition to conference planning, five students organized their own paper session and presented their individual research projects. The sixth student created a multi-media
Come meet the three most recent MU DoSA book authors: Drs. Conley, Fondren, and Hoey on campus Saturday, April 30th before the Green and White Game at the Marshall University Bookstore (Memorial Student Center) in Huntington, West Virginia. Download the POSTER.
The Marshall University Archaeological Field School returns this summer! Archaeology, the science of reconstructing and understanding past and present cultures from their material remains, is taught in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Marshall University, in the classroom, in the laboratory, and also in the field. Hands-on instruction is strongly encouraged. The department provides the opportunity for students to learn the
The Works in Progress Series is back! Check out the WIP page for more information and see below.