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Graham Pruss, anthropology lecturer, discusses the reasons behind the increase in families living in vehicles. Featured on Reuters 
Graham Pruss, anthropology lecturer, discusses the reasons behind why Seattle families may resort to living in vehicles. Featured on CBS 
Anthropology Professor Patricia Kramer discusses why humans evolved with arched feet and how its helped us walk upright. Featured on Science News 
Photo of Hollis Miller in front of an excavated test pit
Hollis Miller, a fifth year PhD student in archaeology was presented with the Alaska Anthropological Association's James W. VanStone Graduate Scholarship to support graduate training in the anthropology of the north at the... Read more
Ben Marwick, associate professor of anthropology discusses an ancient aboriginal aquaculture system recently uncovered by the Australian wildfires. Featured on The Washington Post 
Students and professors show the diverse research, opportunities, and learning at the UW through this photoset. Featured on University of Washington 
UW professors in the departments of history, English, music, and anthropology have recently produced a multitude of diverse books and music. Featured on UW News 
Associate professor of anthropology, Dan Eisenberg, discusses research into genetic links to longevity. Featured on Quartz 
Graham Pruss, University of Washington lecturer, discusses the socioeconomic reasons behind why families live in vehicles. Featured on The Seattle Times 
Crisca Bierwert, an anthropology faculty member, has created an online map of public art by Northwest Native artists. Featured on Crosscut