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Ancient livestock dung heaps are now African wildlife hotspots

Ancient livestock dung heaps are now African wildlife hotspots

Wash U linguist analyzes American dialects, discrimination

Wash U linguist analyzes American dialects, discrimination

Alumni Spotlight: Melinda Kramer

Alumni Spotlight: Melinda Kramer

Strengthening the department's  research and teaching through collaboration

Strengthening the department's research and teaching through collaboration

Research by alumna Natalie Mueller discussed on NPR

Research by alumna Natalie Mueller discussed on NPR

Lewis Wall's new book "Tears for My Sisters" will donate all book royalties

Lewis Wall's new book "Tears for My Sisters" will donate all book royalties

National Science Foundation Grant Awarded to Anthropology's Brad Jones

National Science Foundation Grant Awarded to Anthropology's Brad Jones

Future of Food Studies Graduate Conference: A Review

Future of Food Studies Graduate Conference: A Review

Department of Anthropology wins Active Transportation Month trophy

Department of Anthropology wins Active Transportation Month trophy

Anthropology Awarded Green Office Program Certification

Anthropology Awarded Green Office Program Certification