网上体育投注官网Forty-nine years after Bowdoin opened its doors to women, in 1971, anthropology major Emma Kellogg ’20 analyzed the reactions of male students to this remarkable moment in the College's history.Read more
We conduct field research in rural and urban locations from Australia to the Arctic and on topics as varied as ancient warfare, outer-space colonization, climate change, intimate violence, media production, and social activism. Employing emergent methodologies and established ones—like remote-sensing and participant/observation—we investigate local meanings, global connections, power inequalities, and processes of change.
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Learn more about courses and opportunities in the Anthropology Department.