UNL ANTHROPOLOGY FALL 2017 SEMESTER COLLOQUIUM SERIES
Free & Open to Public
The Series Kicks-Off with a Research Council Distinguished Lecture on
Health and the Human Ancestral Microbiome presented by
Dr. Cecil Lewis, University of Oklahoma
Department of Anthropology and Laboratories of Molecular Anthropology and Microbiome Research
Tuesday, September 19th
Unity Room 212, Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center City Campus, UNL
It is now well accepted that human microbiomes are actively involved in human health and changes in our microbiomes from living more sanitized and industrialized lifestyles have led to susceptibility to certain diseases. Our research group has made significant contributions in determining what exactly has changed during industrialization by characterizing the ancestral state of the human gut ecology. This talk introduces the human microbiome, molecular anthropological studies of human microbiome diversity, and the implications of such studies in understanding human health.
Sponsors: Department of Anthropology, School of Natural Resources (SNR), and UNL Research Council
Fall 2016 Semester Colloquium Series (click here for details of the talks below)
28 September "Craft Heritage, and Development in 21st Morocco
11 October "The Desert Fayum Reinvestigated : Landscape Archaeology in the Fayum Depression, Egypt 10,000 to 6,000 BP
28 October "Are Modern Humans a "Self-Domesticated Species"? Insights from Wolves, Demosticated Dogs, and Tamed Foxes"
Anthropology Reunion 2016 - Thursday, October 13, 2016
The first ever UNL Department of Anthropology Reunion approaches!
For more details, please use this link.
74th Plains Anthropological Conference - October 12-15
The 74th annual meeting of the Plains Anthropological Conference will be held at the downtown Hilton and will be hosted by UNL's Department of Anthropology, Midwest Archaeological Center, and the Nebraska State Historical Society.
For more details, please use this link
Central States Anthropological Meeting - April 6-8
The 2017 Annual Meeting of the Central States Anthropological Society will be hosted by UNL's Anthropology Department (Dr. Wayne Babchuk, local host) on April 6-8 in the Embassy Suites. For more details, please use this link..