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Check out sociocultural anthropology professor Takeyuki "Gaku" Tsuda's latest book, Japanese American Ethnicity: In Search of Heritage and Homeland Across Generations.

Find information on other recent School of Human Evolution and Social Change faculty books, as well as journals edited by our faculty, on the featured publications page.



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Photo of feet on a scaleMammal March Madness 2016 bracketTeotihuacan pyramidsView of Perry Mesa

Health Officials May be
Vastly Underestimating
Obesity Epidemic

Featuring Associate Prof.
Daniel Hruschka

March Mammal Madness:
Who Would Win in

Featuring Associate Prof.
Katie Hinde

ASU Professor Researches
History of Where Politics,
Environment Intersect

Featuring Assistant Prof.
Christopher Morehart

Ancient Civilizations Show Neighborhood
Communities Imporant to Cities Past and Present
KJZZ interview featuring Professor Michael Smith

Uncovering the History of
Perry Mesa one sherd at a time

Featuring Prof. David Abbott


Jason Gillette

Jason Gillette, BA, Global Health (2012)
Director, School Health
Arizona Department of Education

Our alumni are up to good.

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Faculty Blogs

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Michael E. Smith,
Professor, Archaeology

Publishing Archaeology
Wide Urban World  

Alexandra Brewis Slade and Amber Wutich

Alexandra Brewis Slade,
President's Professor,
Medical Anthropology

Amber Wutich,
Associate Professor,
Sociocultural Anthropology

Lazy, Crazy and Disgusting

Assoc. Prof. Katie Hinde

Katie Hinde,
Associate Professor,
Evolutionary Anthropology

Mammals Suck...Milk!

Assistant Prof. Christopher Morehart

Christopher Morehart,
Assistant Professor,

The Rusty Marshalltown


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