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Programs and Events Delaware Delegations Visit AMNH September 19, 2018. The American Museum of Natural History, Division of Anthropology, welcomed representatives of the Delawar... Programs and Events Pueblo Delegations Visit AMNH June 26-27, 2018. The American Museum of Natural History, Division of Anthropology, welcomed delegations from the Pueblo of A... Video Microscope Monday April 4, 2018. In this video, Samantha Alderson, Conservator in the Anthropology Division, shows how microscopes help conserv... Programs and Events Northwest Coast Hall Restoration September 25, 2017. The Museum is launching a multi-year project to update, restore, and conserve the historic Northwest Coas... Course First Nations YVR Study Grant Deadline: September 29, 2017. Native artists in British Columbia and Yukon can now apply for funding to study AMNH collection... Press Release Ancient Pueblos Traced Descent Through Moms February 2017. New DNA analysis of ancient Pueblo remains suggests that the complex society that once existed at Chaco Canyon... Conference Histories of HIVs May 20-22, 2016. The conference presents international research on the biological, epidemiological, and social contexts of th... Conference Malinowski's 100th Anniversary Conference August 11-14, 2015. An international conference to be held in Papua New Guinea to mark the one-hundredth anniversary of Broni... Press Release Macaw Skeletons Indicate Early Emergence of Pueblo Hierarchy June 2015. New work on the skeletal remains of scarlet macaws found in an ancient Pueblo settlement indicates that social and... Programs and Events Repatriation to the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa December 5, 2014. Maori Television: The remains of 107 Māori and Moriori were formally handed back to Māori after an agreemen... Programs and Events Anthropology and Ebola October 2, 2014. The American Anthropological Association is hosting a virtual event panel discussing the role anthropologist... Research Archaeologist Elected to National Academy of Sciences May 2014. Dr. Elsa M. Redmond, a research associate in the Museum's Division of Anthropology, was recently elected as a membe... Workshop Collecting the Future October 2 - 4, 2013. Co-convened by the American Museum of Natural History and the National Museum of Australia. This worksho... Special Exhibition Confluences: An American Expedition to Northern Burma, 1935 April 4 - August 3, 2013. The exhibition at the Bard Graduate Center explores the complex social life of the extraordinary en... Programs and Events Sakha Delegation visits AMNH May 9, 2012. The American Museum of History, Division of Anthropology welcomed a delegation of master craftsmen and native ex... Research Anthropology Unmasked December 22, 2011. Book by Dr. Stanley Freed, Curator Emeritus of North American Ethnology. A meticulously researched two-vol... Programs and Events Bhutanese Lamas visit AMNH October 11, 2011 A group of Bhutanese Buddhist dignitaries visited the Division of Anthropology to see some tangkas (Buddhist... Article Article in Wired Magazine May 2011. Wired Magazine visited St. Catherines Island, GA to talk with Ginessa Mahar, the North American Archaeology lab sup... Programs and Events Zuni Delegation visits AMNH April 18-22, 2011. A delegation of Zuni representatives visited the American Museum of Natural History on an exciting cultura... Programs and Events Repatriation to the Tseycum First Nation June 10, 2008. The New York Times: With the museum’s full consent the Tseycum tribe repatriated the remains of 55 of their an... Programs and Events Peace Hat Comes Home July 23, 2003. Juneau Empire: The Peace Hat given to the Kiksadi Tlingits of Sitka by the Russians during peace negotiations... Programs and Events Repatriation to the Haida Nation September 16, 2002. The New York Times: The American Museum of Natural History handed over the remains of 48 Haidas, to be fl... Programs and Events Carved Beaver Returned to Angoon September 13, 1999. Juneau Empire: A carved wooden beaver important to Angoon Tlingits was returned to tribal leaders during...