Anthropology is distinct among academic disciplines for its holistic approach to the human experience. It sits at the crossroads of the humanities and social sciences, employing a range of tools to contextualize human lives across the globe and throughout history. We teach and conduct research across the subdisciplines of anthropology: sociocultural, biological, archaeological and linguistics. Our collective interests are broad, but we find common ground around themes, including material culture and museum studies, urban and applied anthropology, medical anthropology and forensics, food anthropology and biocultural approaches to race.


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