Saturday, April 6th

Anthropology Day at the Natural History Museum

Time: 11:00 am-3:00 pm

Description:

The Natural History Museum and H.S.U.’s Anthropology club invite you to Anthropology Day at Natural History Museum, Saturday, April 6 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Anthropology is the study of humans from many different perspectives: culture, biology, history, and language. Come learn about archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology, and linguistics.

At the cultural station, learn how anthropologists analyze storytelling and help us create stories of our own. At the biological station, we'll talk about the bones in a human body and learn about monkeys in the rainforest. And at the archaeology station, we'll explore the tools archaeologists use and the ancient artifacts they find. Finally at the linguistics station, you’ll learn how to write your name in Egyptian hieroglyphics.

Price: Free

Location:

HSU Natural History Museum
1315 G Street
Arcata CA 95519

Contact:

HSU Natural History Museum
(707) 826-4479
jav16@humboldt.edu

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