Anthropology operates at the crossroads of the physical sciences, social sciences and humanities to examine the diversity of human experience across cultures and time.Read more about Anthropology >>
Archaeology studies the human past through the physical remains of past human activities. Everything from portable artifacts to plant remains illuminates human history.Read more about Archeology >>
Cultural anthropologists study the diversity of human cultures and societies and the processes by which people construct local, regional and global forms of social relationships.Read more about Cultural Anthropology >>
Linguistic anthropologists study the diversity of the world's languages and the diversity of language use and other forms of communication in societies around the world.Read more about Linguistic Anthropology >>
Physical anthropology, also known as biological anthropology, studies human evolution and variation.Read more about Physical Anthropology >>
The study of anthropology spans a number of sub-disciplines, including archaeological, cultural, linguistic and physical anthropology. Come learn more about the insights we're gleaning from this diverse field.
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The Department of Anthropology maintains an active portfolio of research opportunities. From Great Basin prehistory to the Ethnography of Burning Man.
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Anthropology is not an isolated discipline. Rather, it influences and is influenced by a number of programs. Come learn about programs affiliated with anthropology.