This year marks 100 years of excellence in anthropology at the University of Arizona. The Department of Archaeology, which would later become the School of Anthropology, started its first semester on Sept. 15, 1915. Since then, UA anthropologists have engaged in important work on the local, national and international levels. In honor of UA anthropology's centennial, this series spotlights some of the ways in which UA anthropologists and anthropology students are working with partners in the grea
An unprecedented study of global biological and cultural diversity paints a dire picture of the state of our species.
Like the amphibians that climb to ever tinier areas at higher altitudes to avoid being extinguished by global warming, most of the world’s species currently huddle in a tiny fraction of the Earth’s surface, and most human cultural diversity — as measured by the number of languages — occupies essentially the same tiny fraction of the planet.
Embracing the digital age The Cairns Post The aim was to facilitate resource redistribution and sharing, economic independence, family connections, device donations, digital learning and cultural strengthening, Mr Glanville said.
H.E. Gürcan Balik, Ambassador and Permanent Delegate of Turkey to UNESCO, and Kishore Rao, Director of UNESCO’s World Heritage Centre, on 17 July signed a Plan of Operations for a $1.2 million project to safeguard the Turkish World...
Click here for the PDF version The Washington, DC Chapter of the Special Libraries Association (DC/SLA) Presents: World Cultural Heritage Sites at Risk: Preservation Efforts in Iraq & Syria Thursday, October 1, 2015 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm Bloomberg BNA, 1801 South Bell Street, Arlington, VA 22202
The Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, has expressed deep shock at news of further destruction to cultural heritage in Syria, and particularly following the publication of media reports and images depicting damage to the Crac des Chevaliers,...
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