The Department of Anthropology offers a Bachelor of Arts and Masters of Arts in Anthropology. Its focus is on the holistic and comparative study of humanity across time and space. Our mission is organized on three principles: (1) a holistic understanding of human diversity requires the study of biological, archaeological, social/cultural, and linguistic anthropology; (2) the comparative study of humanity requires qualitative and quantitative research methods; and (3) human problems must be examined and solved within biological, historical, environmental, political-economic, and sociocultural contexts.


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Anthropology Theses