Anthropology is the study of humans.
Anthropologists want to know everything about our species, from its earliest origins to its complex present, and use every tool and question we can think of to understand our embodied, social nature.
Anthropology, like its object of study, is complicated and fascinating.
News and Events
Anthropology Courses - Summer 2017
The Department of Anthropology is offering the following courses this summer:
ANTH 20201 Fundamentals of Biological Anthropology (CRN 3511)
Prof. Marc Kissel M T W R F - 9:30A - 10:50A.
ANTH 20318 Martial Arts & Popular Culture (CRN 3510)
Prof. Eric Haanstad M T R - 12:30P - 2:45P
ANTH 30190 Infancy: Evolution/History/Development (CRN 3472)
Prof. James McKenna M T W R F - 12:30P - 2:30P
Anthropology Mentorship Program:
The Graduate Students are happy to announce an Anthropology Mentorship Program helping to advise students as they move through their undergraduate degrees.