Join us in the Wenner-Gren Foundation offices on Monday, March 23rd at 7pm for the next installment of New York Academy of Science, Anthropology Section’s lecture series, when we welcome Dr. Sophia Perdikaris (Brooklyn College-City University of New York) presenting “Living in the Anthropocene: Long-Term Human Ecodynamics in Barbuda, West Indies,” with Dr. Pam Crabtree (New York University) serving as lecture discussant.
The New York Academy of Science Anthropology Section returns to Wenner-Gren offices this coming Monday, February 23rd, from 7-9 PM, whre the Foundation and the Academy welcome David Hughes (Rutgers University), Gökçe Günel (Columbia University) and Stephanie Rupp (Lehman College, CUNY) to share their ideas regarding the intersections of anthropology and climate change.
The Event has been canceled due to Winter Storm Juno. The New York Academy of Science, Anthropology Section's Lecture Series at Wenner-Gren Foundation kicks off 2015 on Monday, January 26th when we welcome Torben Rick, Director and Curator of North American Archaeology at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, to discuss the Anthropocene and the present and future challenges it poses to coastal archaeology and historical ecology.
Monday, November 17th at 7:00PM will mark the third installment of the NYAS Anthropology Section's Lecture Series at the Wenner-Gren Foundation, which will take the form of a panel discussion featuring Alyshia Gálvez (Lehman College, CUNY) and Daniel Goldstein (Rutgers University).
The New York Academy of Sciences Anthropology Section lecture series continues Monday, October 27th, at 7:00 PM, when we and NYAS welcome Stuart J. Fiedel, Senior Archaeologist at the Louis Berger Group, to discuss the challenges recent genetic, archaeological, and paleological evidence present to attempts to unambiguously document human occupations in the Americas prior to 13,500 BP and "break the Clovis Barrier"
Our popular lecture series with the New York Academy of Sciences Anthropology Section begins a new season Monday, September 22nd, at 7:00 PM, when we and NYAS welcome Nina Glick Schiller of the University of Manchester, the Max Planck Institute, and Oxford University as she revisits a crucial work in the anthropology of migration.
Monday, April 28th, marks the final meeting for the 2013-2014 academic year. On this occasion we will welcome Wesleyan University’s Sarah K. Croucher, a historical archaeologist focused on race and colonialism in the 19th century, to present a talk entitled “Capitalism and Cloves: Islamic Plantations on Nineteenth-Century Zanzibar”