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
Jon Geyer ’26, a double major in anthropology and Asian Studies with a minor in Chinese, has been awarded the American Anthropological Association’s Ina Rosenthal-Urey Mentorship Award. The award pairs undergraduate anthropology majors with mentors from both academia and practice, who support the… Find Out More
SMCM President Tuajuanda C. Jordan, PhD, and Professor of Anthropology Julia King, PhD, were panelists at the 13th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium held by the College of William & Mary on March 24-25, 2023. Titled, "Maryland and the World: A Roundtable Discussion about Truth and… Find Out More
Anthropology Professor Bill Roberts published two papers in the Annals of Anthropological Practice during February. Both "How Studying Anthropology Changes Students" and “There's a Lot You Can Do with It: Anthropology Undergraduates Talk about Their Professional Futures" included alumni co-authors… Find Out More
Professor of Anthropology Julia King and Adjunct Instructor of anthropology Scott Strickland ’08 along with Chief Anne Richardson of the Rappahannock Tribe were published in the January edition of The William and Mary Quarterly.
In the article, “Rappahannock Oral Tradition, John Smith’s Map of… Find Out More
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
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
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
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