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University of Massachusetts Amherst Field and Laboratory Methods in Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology
Field and Laboratory Methods in Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology, offered at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, will run May 20 – June 28, 2013.
Dear Colleagues, we are writing to you about a fundraising campaign for the W. W. Howells Prize. As we hope you are aware, the Howells Prize is awarded by the Biological Anthropology Section of the American Anthropological Association to recognize outstanding books in biological anthropology.
A smartphone/tablet-friendly version of the AAPA Annual Meeting program is now available (it works in any browser). It has several features not present in the PDF version. However, if the two versions differ, the PDF version is definitive. This is a beta version of the browsable program, and there are undoubtedly bugs and errors. Caveat emptor!
The Huari-Ancash Archaeological and Bioarchaeological Project is now accepting applications for the 2013 summer session. This year, three programs will be offered: P1 (2 weeks in June) is a Lab-based workshop during which we will continue to analyze human remains from Marcajirca, a highland funerary Inca site located in the Cordillera Blanca in the Ancash region north of Lima ; P2 (3 weeks June-July) is a Bioarchaeology field school dedicated to excavating Inca funerary structures (Chullpas and caves) and open-air structures in Marcajirca; P3 (3 weeks, July-August ) is an archaeology field school in Huamparan as well as a survey in the area around Huari and along the royal Inca roads. The workshop and field schools are training programs open to all students.