January 13, 2021
Professor of Anthropology Julia King and adjunct instructor of anthropology Scott Strickland '08 are featured along with Chief Anne Richardson of the Rappahannock Tribe in the January/February edition of Archaeology Magazine. The article, “Return to the River,” focuses on their work tracing the… Find Out More
June 6, 2022
Professor of Anthropology Julia King and Adjunct Instructor of Anthropology Scott Strickland ’08 are featured along with Chief Anne Richardson of the Rappahannock Tribe in the June 2022 edition of American Archaeology Magazine. “Rewriting the History of the Rappahannocks,” written by Paula Neely,… Find Out More
May 5, 2022
St. Mary’s College of Maryland graduating seniors Caitlin Hall and Samuel Johnson are invited speakers to Jefferson Patterson Park’s Speaker Series on May 19 at 7 p.m. in St. Leonard, Md. Hall and Johnson will each speak about their original research done as part of their senior capstone “St. Mary’… Find Out More
January 24, 2022
Professor of Anthropology Julia King took part in the pilot episode of “Tribal Truths,” a new podcast series from RadioIQ that aims to debunk myths and legends with facts, teaching about tribal cultures and current issues.

King says in the first episode titled  "Ancient cliffs are revealing lost… Find Out More
August 19, 2021
St. Mary’s College of Maryland recently launched an initiative to acknowledge the land on which the College sits and its historic links to Indigenous Peoples and their territories.  

According to Argelia González Hurtado, assistant professor of Spanish, there was a shared desire from several… Find Out More
March 23, 2021
St. Mary’s College of Maryland Adjunct Professor Susan Langley is the Maryland State Underwater Archaeologist and a member of both the anthropology and new marine science programs. SMCM student McKenna Litynski ’21 (environmental studies) organized the video conference as an Independent Study… Find Out More
March 22, 2021
This year, the Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) is hosting a virtual annual conference and St. Mary’s College is participating at many levels.  Professor of Anthropology Bill Roberts serves on the 2021 Program Committee and took the lead on organizing three sessions involving SMCM faculty,… Find Out More
January 28, 2021
St. Mary’s College of Maryland’s Center for the Study of Democracy and The Patuxent Partnership, present two guest lecturers virtually in February.

The first, titled “Things Go Awry: Integrating Anthropology in Military Organizations,” is a lecture and discussion by Kerry Fosher, director of… Find Out More
September 16, 2020
Professor of Anthropology Julia King was recently awarded a $110,000 grant from the National Park Service to fund a complete archeological overview and assessment of Piscataway Park in Prince George’s County, Maryland. This project will be conducted through a Cooperative Agreement under the… Find Out More
June 9, 2020
The Center for the Study of Democracy will present a virtual panel featuring St. Mary's College of Maryland scientists on the St. Mary’s County COVID-19 Scientific Advisory Group and the St. Mary’s County Health Department to discuss public health issues including COVID-19 on Wednesday, June 24,… Find Out More