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Wenner-Gren Symposium #155 on “Cultures of Militarism" will be held March 11-17, 2017, at Tivoli Palacio de Seteais in Sintra, Portugal. The conference is organized by Catherine Besteman (Colby College) and Hugh Gusterson (George Washington University).


Join us Monday, February 27th, when Dr. Timothy R. Pauketat presents "Water and the Big History of the Pre-Columbian Mississippii Valley" for the next installment of the New York Academy of Sciences, Anthropology Section "Framing" lecture series.  This event is free to attend, but attendees must preregister to gain admittance to the Wenner-Gren Foundation offices.

Join us Monday, January 30th for the first installment of the New York Academy of Sciences Anthropology Section Lecture sereis for 2017, when we welcome Dr. David Price from Saint Martin's University presenting "Re-FRaming the Impacts of Cold War CIA Fronts: HGow the CIA Shaped Social Science," and Dr. R. Brian Ferguson from Rutgers University, who will serve as discussant. Please note: this lecture is open and free to the public, but pre-registration is required and limited to 50 (fifty) guests.

Join us Monday evening December 5th at a NEW TIME 5:45 PM for the next installment of the New York Academy of Sciences Anthropology Section Lecture Series. Dennis O'Rourke, will be presenting "Ancient Genomes, Paleoenvironments, Archaeology and the Peopling of the Americas". Please note: pre-registration is required.

Join us this coming Monday, October 24th, as the foundation welcomes Didier Fassin from the Institute for Advanced Studies at Princeton University, presenting his lecture "Re-Framing Punishment." Andrea Barrow from "Black Lives Matter" will serve as Discussant. Please note: you must pre-register to attend this event.

We kick off the 2016/2017 season of the NYAS Anthropology Lecture Series on Monday, September 26th with two members of NYU's Dept. of Anthropology, Dr. Faye Ginsburg and Dr. Rayna Rapp  presenting “Making Accessible Futures: from ramps to #cripthevote.” PLEASE NOTE: Lecture begins at 6pm.