Department of Anthropology

Spring 2007 Speaker Series

Mon, March 19, 2007 | EPS 1.128

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Christopher Stojanowski will be visiting Austin on March 19th to give a talk in the departmental speaker series that day (12-1pm, EPS 1.128). His talk will be titled: "Regeneration and Ethnogenesis in the Colonial Americas: the Case of the Florida Seminole".

Chris is an Assistant Professor in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University, and he is part of the Center for Bioarchaeological Research there. He is interested in the short and long-term effects of microevolution and demography on human community formation, manifestations of identity and ethnicity, and transformation in community organization. His research focuses on colonial period processes of tribal ethnogenesis and long-term relationships between cultural and biological variation. He also models long-term processes using archaeological and morphological data, with a focus on the dentition.

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