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 Arkansas Archeology in the News

Local Students "Discover" New Cultures at Project Dig. Austin Duvall, Winthrop Rockefeller Institute. April 30, 2019.

Local Students "Discover" New Cultures at Project Dig
Austin Duvall, Winthrop Rockefeller Institute
April 30, 2019

Arkansas Residents Make a Case for Reparations 100 Years After the Elaine Massacre. Brandon Mulder, September 30, 2019

Arkansas Residents Make a Case for Reparations 100 Years After the Elaine Massacre
Brandon Muldur, The American Prospect
September 30, 2019

‘There’s an Archeological Site Here’. Matt McGowan. Research Frontiers, September 18, 2019

‘There’s an Archeological Site Here’
Matt McGowan, Research Frontiers
September 18, 2019

Archeological Program Helps Volunteers Dig Deeper. Keisha Pittman McKinney, Only in Arkansas, July 3, 2019.

Archeological Program Helps Volunteers Dig Deeper
Keisha Pittman McKinney, Only in Arkansas
July 3, 2019

 Viewing the University's Artifact Collections

The Arkansas Archeological Survey Headquarters building has an Open Curation area where visitors can see nearly 2000 objects from the University of Arkansas Collection Facility.  The area is open during regular business hours, 8AM to 5PM Monday through Friday. For information, call (479) 575-3556.
The University’s secure Curation area where most artifacts are held is visible through the foyer of the Survey Headquarters.  Access to the University collections for research and other purposes can be arranged through Mary Suter, curator of collections.  For information about access to the secure area, call (479) 575-3456.

University of Arkansas Artifact Collections