In the Department of Anthropology students make meaningful
connections and develop collaborations with faculty to enhance
their learning experience.
Students interested in developing their interests outside
the classroom often participate in international field schools and
study abroad experiences to further their understanding of the
human condition in different contexts.
The research done by faculty and graduate students is widely
recognized through articles published in major disciplinary
journals and prestigious fellowships and grants awarded.
The department embraces scholarship incorporating and
intersecting with other disciplines, allowing students the
opportunity to cultivate a personalized approach to their work.
Anthropology is the study of humanity, from biological,
cultural and historical perspectives.
Anthropology and Classics Major
Graduate Student in Cultural Anthropology
Vice President, Anthropology Student Association Club
Graduate Student in Archaeology
Our faculty are productive scholars who are actively engaged in