Steve Lenik, adjunct professor of anthropology, Garrey Dennie, associate professor of history, and nine students from St. Mary’s College of Maryland participated in a St. Croix Plantation Heritage Study Tour from July 13 - August 1, 2019. The group unearthed findings of the enslaved families who… Find Out More
On Friday, July 19, Morgan State University students visited the St. Mary’s College of Maryland campus as part of “Touching History: Preservation in Practice,” a program developed by the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, the National Park Service, and the National Trust for Historic… Find Out More
For eight weeks this summer, eight students and their faculty mentors participated in the annual St. Mary’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program. SURF provides students opportunities to engage deeply in independent research, laboratory, and creative work across disciplines, including… Find Out More
Scott Strickland, adjunct instructor of anthropology, and Julia King, professor of anthropology, are featured in this Bay Journal article: https://bit.ly/2ERGxgq. King and Strickland lead the team surveying land along the Rappahannock River for Indian artifacts under a grant from the National… Find Out More
In a conference usually reserved for graduate students, St. Mary’s College students Justyce Bennett ’19 (anthropology and art history), Lindsay Wooleyhand ’19 (anthropology and English), and Emma Hugonnet ’19 (anthropology and educational studies) presented their St. Mary’s Project research in a… Find Out More
St. Mary’s College of Maryland anthropology department presents Ellen Contini-Morava as the spring’s Distinguished Scholar on Wednesday, April 3, 4:45 p.m. in Cole Cinema, Campus Center. The lecture is free of charge and open to the public.
Titled, “Why is a raven like a writing-desk? How and… Find Out More
Professor of Anthropology Julia King’s National Endowment for the Humanities-funded work with the Rappahannock Tribe is featured in the latest issue of National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA) Magazine.
King, in collaboration with the Virginia Department of Historic… Find Out More
Julia A. King, professor of anthropology, will be one of three professors presenting during “New Insights: Native American History in the Colonial Period” on March 27, 6-7:30 p.m. at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Smith Hall, in Boston, Massachusetts. King will discuss her… Find Out More
Several students and two faculty are traveling to the West Indies this week for the Antigua and Barbuda Governor General’s Seminar on Historic Preservation as part of a recent partnership between St. Mary’s College of Maryland and the Office of the Governor General of Antigua and Barbuda.