Department of Anthropology Successes

Dr. Valerie Andrushko co-authored a peer-reviewed journal article, “Informe de las posibles capacochas del asentamiento arqueológico de Choquepujio, Cusco, Peru” for Ñawpa Pacha: Journal of Andean Archaeology.

Dr. Joseph Manzella is working on a film, Being Lakota, Being White, for which he received a CSUS Research Grant.

Dr. Kenneth McGill was the recipient of the SCSU Mid-Level Faculty Research Grant and has submitted his manuscript, Global Inequality: Anthropological Perspectives, to the University of Toronto Press

Dr. Michael Rogers continues to be active in the Gona Project (Ethiopia), has made several presentations of his research, and has been awarded several grants including the L.S.B. Leakey Foundation General Grant. He recently published a co-authored article, “Late Miocene hominin teeth from the Gona Paleoanthropological Research Project area, Afar, Ethiopia,” in the Journal of Human Evolution.

Dr. Kathleen Skoczen, the chair of the Anthropology department, implemented the grant for the Spring Speaker’s series “What Does it Mean to be Human.” Dr. Skoczen continues her research and was awarded a CSUS Grant, “Understanding the Physiology and Benefits of Breastmilk: Puerto Rican Mothers in Hartford.”