News Release,St. Mary’s College of Maryland

Professor of Anthropology Julia King’s National Endowment for the Humanities-funded work with the Rappahannock Tribe is featured in the latest issue of National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA) Magazine.

King, in collaboration with the Virginia Department of Historic Resources (DHR), Chesapeake Conservancy, and the state-recognized Rappahannock Tribe of Virginia, is tracing the history and development of the Rappahannock Indians in early American history (200-1850 AD).  

NCURA Magazine is a member-only magazine available both in print and online for all NCURA members, published six times a year. It is arguably the leading national organization for research administrators with membership in the thousands. 

David M. Higgins II, Publisher/Editor

David M. Higgins was born in Baltimore and grew up in Southern Maryland. He has had a passion for journalism since high school. After spending many years in the Hospitality Industry he began working in...