Advertisement

Anthropology

Books

Anthropology Professor's Book Inspires Oscar-Nominated Film

Harvard Associate Professor of Anthropology Kimberly Theidon had no idea that her 2004 book of essays, “Entre Prójimos,” inspired the Oscar-nominated documentary “The Milk of Sorrow” until the film started to win awards last year.

Discovery Center
Anthropology

Discovery Center

A Peabody Museum curator explains the history and purpose behind several ancient tools to a young visitor.

Gen Ed

Shopping Week, Day Four: Me Want Food!

Sometimes shopping six courses a day can lead to missed meals and hunger pangs during your umpteenth syllabus perusal of the day. In fact, some of you are probably hungry right now. Well, we’ve got just the solution for you! Get your daily serving via one of these food-related courses.

Gen Ed

Shopping Week, Day Three: Easy Fourths

Having trouble picking a class to fill up that final slot? This third installment of our shopping week feature showcases interesting classes that aren't that hard and don't require a lot of work.

Fundraising

Image

Original Publication Date: December 14, 2009 The Harvard Museum of Natural History, which hosts a myriad of exhibits including the Hall of Mammals, received a sizeable donation.

College

More Than Just a Hole in the Ground

As the cold began to bite down hard earlier this month, the students of Anthropology 1130: "Archaeology of Harvard Yard" ...

Student Life

Image

There's more to dirt than meets the eye.

Advertisement