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Don't miss this final opportunity to experience "Digging Arizona," a unique exhibit that celebrates the centennial of Arizona's statehood and the 50th anniversary of the ASU Department of Anthropology (now the School of Human Evolution and Social Change).
"Digging Arizona" tells the story of anthropology, at first, in the Arizona territory, during the time of statehood, and through the development of major academic institutions. Anthropologists, archaeologists and ethnographers have continuously defined and refined Arizona’s rich cultural landscape.
Admission is free, and the public is welcome.
The ASU Museum of Anthropology is located on the Tempe campus, inside the SHESC building, on the northwest corner of Tyler and Cady Malls.
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