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Retirement party for Professors Lindstrom, Pickering and Bailey

Please join the Department of Anthropology for light refreshments to honor and reminisce with Professors Lamont Lindstrom, Garrick Bailey and Bob Pickering. (A lecture by Dr. Lindstrom will precede this event at 4 p.m. in the Tyrrell Hall auditorium.)

This event is free and open to the public. Join the Lambda Alpha GroupMe for updates to this and other events.

Lamont Lindstrom: Recollections from Vanuatu and TU

Join the Anthropology Department in celebrating the careers of Lamont Lindstrom, Garrick Bailey and Bob Pickering, who have worked a combined total of 100 years at TU.

Lamont Lindstrom will be presenting his recollections from Vanuatu and TU at 4 p.m. in Tyrrell Hall. This will be followed by light refreshments in Hogue Gallery at 5 p.m. for toasts and celebrations.

This event is free and open to the public. Join the Lambda Alpha GroupMe for updates to this and other events.

First Annual Anthropology Festival

Join Lambda Alpha on Chapman Commons from Noon to 5pm for a great day of anthropology, food and fun. Atlatl (early human spear throwing technique) and javelin demonstrations, learn how to flintknap (make stone tools) and lots more!  This event is free and open to the public.

Join the Lambda Alpha GroupMe for updates to this and other events.

Rachel Jones: Did they or didn’t they?

Did they or didn’t they? Using Paleoecology to identify the human role in ecosystem development.

Rachel Jones, professor of environmental science and biology from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, will speak about using ancient environmental discoveries to determine the role humans played in the development of those ecosystems.

This presentation is free and open to the public. It will be in-person in the upper seminar room in Harwell Hall at The University of Tulsa, as well as streamed via Teams for those who are unable to attend.

Join our GroupMe to stay updated on any changes.

Lambda Alpha lecture: Brian Andrews

Brian Andrews, anthropological archaeologist and professor at Rogers State University, will be presenting his research titled This (very) old house: Folsom Residential Structures and Site Use at the Mountaineer Site, Colorado.

Lunch will be provided.

This presentation is free and open to the public. Join us in person at The University of Tulsa or online via Teams.

Please join the Lambda Alpha GroupMe to keep updated on any new events or changes to currently scheduled events.

Greenwood Rising Historical Center

To celebrate Black History Month, join Lambda Alpha as we visit the Greenwood Rising Black Wall Street Historical Center. *This event may be rescheduled or have some Covid restrictions in place. Please join the Anthropology Lambda Alpha GroupMe for updates: https://groupme.com/join_group/71557309/4qk2cObi

Anthropology Department Holiday Party

Join the anthropology department for a potluck dinner and holiday party. Bring your favorite dish to share!

There will also be a white elephant gift exchange (bring a gift, get a gift – $10 maximum value), followed by a holiday movie selected by the Lambda Alpha GroupMe.

Haunted Harwell Hall

Stop by Harwell Hall on Oct. 29 – if you dare! Lambda Alpha will be putting on a spooky haunted house. Afterwards, join us for a fun Halloween movie. It’s sure to be a great time – after all, when your building has multiple skeletons in it year ’round, you know it’s gonna be good! Harwell Hall is located near Kendall Hall and Oliphant Hall. Costumes are optional and there will be popcorn and other refreshments!

Anthropology Open House

Join the Anthropology department in Harwell Hall for an open house! This is an opportunity for the TU community to tour the department where you can see animal and human bones, stone tool artifacts, taxidermied animals and much more. Whether you are thinking of a new major, taking a class or just have an intense curiosity, you will have a chance to talk to many of our professors and current students to learn more about anthropology and archaeology. Harwell Hall is located near Kendall Hall and Oliphant Hall and refreshments will be available. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Miriam Belmaker at miriam-belmaker@utulsa.edu.