What skills, ideas, and experiences should students expect to leave college with? The MIT community explored this question during MacVicar Day
US archaeologists trace roots of woman to modern-day Sierra Leone as part of ongoing ancestry research ‘As soon as people stepped on those slave
Zandy Hillis-Starr and Akee, McIntosh lead a breakout group at the National Park Service’s ”Slavery to Freedom’ meeting.
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"Can you imagine?" Iraqi archeologist Lamia al-Gailani was fond of saying, her voice rising in delight. It was often about some item showing the
The MIT faculty has presented Assistant Professor of Anthropology Graham Jones with the 2012–13 Harold E. Edgerton Faculty Achievement Award for
In 1990, as the Soviet Union was disintegrating, Mongolia, long a satellite of the U.S.S.R., regained its independence. Socialism was out and
NPS Holds First of Two Meetings on Enslavement in V.I.