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Explore the diversity and complexity of human experience in the contemporary moment and the “deep past.” Anthropology students and faculty investigate fundamental questions about our common humanity and engage critically with social and political issues that shape our world.

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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Welcome, Class of 2024!

Learn more about courses and opportunities in the Anthropology Department.

Information for First-Year Students

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