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The Conner has one of the biggest collections of bird skeletons in the nation. Kelly Cassidy opens a drawer and pulls out a box the size of a small microwave oven. It rattles. It contains a disarticulated golden eagle skeleton, each piece labeled ...
Categories: Anthropology, Biological sciences
Tags: Museums, Zoology
Ozette Art and the Makah Canoe
Many questions remain concerning the contents of the longhouses excavated at Ozette. One of the most intriguing is the nature of its art, which was pervasive. More than 400 artifacts stored at the Makah Cultural Center might be considered ar...
Categories: Fine Arts, Cultural studies, Anthropology
Tags: Native Americans, Makah
A Conversation about Art and Biology with Ellen Dissanayake '57
Ellen Franzen Dissanayake came to Washington State College from Walla Walla in 1953 as a music major. At the time, undergraduates were required to take four science classes. After taking the legendary BioSci 101 from Winfield Hatch and Human Physi...
Categories: Performing arts, Visual arts, Anthropology
Tags: Evolution, Art history