Anthropology Department Resources

 

Anthropology Department

Anthropology Departmental Library – houses an extensive, non-circulating collection of mostly anthropological books and journals.

Department Student Theses Database – provides access to information about all UB Anthropology graduate student theses currently available in the departmental library.

 

Archaeology

Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology (IEMA)
The Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology, or IEMA, is a Signature Center of Excellence within the College of Arts and Sciences, University at Buffalo, State University of New York. It was created in 2006 by an interdisciplinary faculty, drawn from departments across the university.

IEMA with its departments of anthropology and classics is housed in the Ellicott Complex at UB North Campus which can be see on our homepage in the background (foreground outdoor Greek-style amphitheater at Baird Point which is located on the southern shore of Lake LaSalle at UB North Campus).

Chronika – A publication by IEMA graduate students for graduate students in anthropology, classics and visual studies.  This publication presents an opportunity for IEMA graduate students to publish short pieces on research they are conducting, as well as conferences, workshops and other activities they have attended relevant to the pursuit of European and Mediterranean archaeology.

UB Archaeological Survey – A not-for-profit research, contracting and applied archaeology institution within the Department of Anthropology at the State University of New York at Buffalo. It has been engaged in Cultural Resource Management (CRM) projects for over 30 years.

 

Cultural Anthropology

Center for European Studies (CEUS at UB)

CEUS is devoted to research and intellectual exchange among faculty and students on political, cultural, and social transformations of contemporary Europe as well as Europe’s multiple historical traditions and close connections to North America. The Center encourages the creation of networks across disciplinary and geographic boundaries. It encourages collaboration with other area universities and colleges, and develops partnerships with both European and North American programs in European Studies. The University at Buffalo is well poised to be the home of CEUS, given the international spirit of Buffalo – a city with a rich history of European immigration, and located at the border of Ontario, Canada.

 

Physical Anthropology

Program in Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior (EEB) -Students interested in Evolution, Ecology and Behavior can enroll in one of three graduate programs, leading to a Ph.D. degree, Master of Science degree and a Certificate. The Ph.D. and Masters programs are interdisciplinary degree programs that are administered directly by the College of Arts and Sciences. They are not part of a traditional department. The certificate is designed for students who are pursuing a graduate degree in a traditional departmental setting and who wish formal recognition of additional supplementary preparation in Evolution, Ecology and Behavior.

Primate Skeletal Collection – This large collection consists of hundreds of complete macaque monkey skeletons that are available for research projects.

Macaque Fetal Collection – This unique collection consists of over 200, known-aged macaque fetuses along with their associated radiographs.

 

Geographic Information

Anthropology GIS Laboratory – A research group dealing with GIS (Geographic Information Systems) as applied to archaeological and anthropological problems. This is an interdisciplinary group involved in researching simulation models, settlement patterns, and the spatial distribution of literacy and disability.

 

Marian E. White Museum

Marian E. White Anthropology Research Museum – houses collections of North American archaeology including ceramics, lithic (stone) and bone artifacts, in addition to a modest collection of ethnographic and biological materials.

Department of Anthropology | 380 MFAC-Ellicott Complex | Buffalo, NY 14261-0005
Phone: (716) 645-2414 | Fax: (716) 645-3808
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