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Liu and colleagues receive NSF funding for millet research

Liu and colleagues receive NSF funding for millet research

Compared to nomadic communities, Silk Road cities were urban food deserts, study finds

Compared to nomadic communities, Silk Road cities were urban food deserts, study finds

Did ancient irrigation technology travel Silk Road?

Did ancient irrigation technology travel Silk Road?

Affiliating Classic Period Political Entities Through Insignias Of Power In The Central Maya Lowlands

Affiliating Classic Period Political Entities Through Insignias Of Power In The Central Maya Lowlands

Kinship and Religious Identities in Medieval Central Asia (8th-13th c. CE): Tracing Communities of Mortuary Practice and Biological Affinity.

Kinship and Religious Identities in Medieval Central Asia (8th-13th c. CE): Tracing Communities of Mortuary Practice and Biological Affinity.

Fritz and Mueller receive Southeastern Archaeological Conference Award

Fritz and Mueller receive Southeastern Archaeological Conference Award

Ancient barley took high road to China, changed to summer crop in Tibet

Ancient barley took high road to China, changed to summer crop in Tibet

Tomb of early classic Maya ruler found in Guatemala

Tomb of early classic Maya ruler found in Guatemala

Archaeology: Ancient seeds, pollen show Ohio’s ‘lost crops’

Archaeology: Ancient seeds, pollen show Ohio’s ‘lost crops’

Frachetti Uncovers Lost City

Frachetti Uncovers Lost City

Cahokia and Ancient Agriculture

Cahokia and Ancient Agriculture

Video: Elissa Bullion leads the bioarchaeology team at Tashbulak site

Video: Elissa Bullion leads the bioarchaeology team at Tashbulak site

Targeted excavating leads to lost city

Targeted excavating leads to lost city

Fiona Marshall named to the US National Academy of Sciences

Fiona Marshall named to the US National Academy of Sciences

Webs of Memory, Frames of Power: Collective Remembering in the Archaeological Record

Webs of Memory, Frames of Power: Collective Remembering in the Archaeological Record

New Anthropology Faculty Hires

New Anthropology Faculty Hires

Mice have been infesting homes ever since humans started building them

Mice have been infesting homes ever since humans started building them

New research reveals secrets of how the ancient trade routes of the Silk Road were formed

New research reveals secrets of how the ancient trade routes of the Silk Road were formed

Ancient skulls may belong to elusive humans called Denisovans

Ancient skulls may belong to elusive humans called Denisovans

Archaeology Summer Research Opportunity in Kazakhstan

Archaeology Summer Research Opportunity in Kazakhstan

Neanderthals Were People, Too

Neanderthals Were People, Too

Digging into Archaeoastronomy

Digging into Archaeoastronomy

Graduate Student Highlight: Edward Henry

Graduate Student Highlight: Edward Henry

Mystery in Louisiana

Mystery in Louisiana

How the chicken crossed the Red Sea

How the chicken crossed the Red Sea

MichMash Podcast interview with TR Kidder

MichMash Podcast interview with TR Kidder

David Freidel and the excavations of Waka

David Freidel and the excavations of Waka

Natalie Mueller receives SAA Student Paper Award

Natalie Mueller receives SAA Student Paper Award

Earth’s Future: Causes and consequences of climate change

Earth’s Future: Causes and consequences of climate change

Green Gardening: Professors and students tend to the rooftop garden at McMillan Hall on Washington University's Campus

Green Gardening: Professors and students tend to the rooftop garden at McMillan Hall on Washington University's Campus

BrieAnna Langlie recognized for academic excellence and leadership by AWF

BrieAnna Langlie recognized for academic excellence and leadership by AWF

The YouTube Review: Where Creativity and Archaeology Meet

The YouTube Review: Where Creativity and Archaeology Meet

Farming during the Auca Runa: Agricultural Strategies and Terraces during the Peruvian Late Intermediate Period (A.D. 1100-1450) Altiplano, Peru

Farming during the Auca Runa: Agricultural Strategies and Terraces during the Peruvian Late Intermediate Period (A.D. 1100-1450) Altiplano, Peru

Curious Louis: City’s last surviving Mississippian mound, Sugar Loaf, to be preserved this summer

Curious Louis: City’s last surviving Mississippian mound, Sugar Loaf, to be preserved this summer

Undergraduate alumna continues work in zooarchaeology

Undergraduate alumna continues work in zooarchaeology

Were cats domesticated more than once?

Were cats domesticated more than once?

Wanderlust and Research Meet in Archaeology

Wanderlust and Research Meet in Archaeology

Social and Economic Organization of Early Herder Exchange Networks in Southern Kenya: Perspectives from the Elmenteitan Quarry Site

Social and Economic Organization of Early Herder Exchange Networks in Southern Kenya: Perspectives from the Elmenteitan Quarry Site

Change and Continuity of Land Use: A geoarchaeological study of paleosols in Neihuang County

Change and Continuity of Land Use: A geoarchaeological study of paleosols in Neihuang County

The Non-masticatory Use of Teeth among Late Pleistocene Humans: Macroscopic and Microscopic Perspectives on Anterior Dental Wear

The Non-masticatory Use of Teeth among Late Pleistocene Humans: Macroscopic and Microscopic Perspectives on Anterior Dental Wear

Reconstructing Ancient Maya Diets in Northwestern Petén, Guatemala:  A Paleoethnobotanical Perspective

Reconstructing Ancient Maya Diets in Northwestern Petén, Guatemala: A Paleoethnobotanical Perspective

Exploring Other Disciplines

Exploring Other Disciplines

Conroy Uses A.I. to Locate Fossil Sites

Conroy Uses A.I. to Locate Fossil Sites

Agricultural Intensification and Formative Period Society

Agricultural Intensification and Formative Period Society