Anthropology informs the teaching of many other fields


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Anthropology is the study of human culture – all humans, at all times and places. Anthropological study places markets, representative governments, legal and religious belief systems, social inequalities, sexual orientations, families, and general human capacities in a broad comparative framework. Students gain a broad background in all four subfields: Socio-cultural Anthropology, Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, and Linguistics. We offer minors in Anthropology and Native Studies.

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Undergraduate Catalog: Anthropology listing

Graduate Catalog: Anthropology listing

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