Anthropology Department - Anthropology brings a global comparative and very broad perspective to the study of human beings, exploring an enormous range of similarities and differences in time and space. The field is linked through its sub-disciplines (i.e. Archaeology, Social Anthropology, Linguistic, Medical, Sensory Ethnography and Applied Anthropology) to many other fields in the social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences. Research strengths: Archaeology and Ancient Civilization Cities, Urbanism, and Transnationalism Culture Ecology and Materiality Economy, Markets, and Modernity Gender, Sexuality, and the Body Health and Medicine Historical Anthropology Linguistic Anthropology Media Anthropology Political Anthropology Race And Ethnicity Religion Science and Technology, STS Sensory Ethnography Space and Landscapes State, Sovereignty, and The Law

  • Guide to Concentration | Anthropology Department - The Department of Anthropology offers students three programs of study: Archaeology, Social Anthropology, and a combined track that brings together both fields. Basic Concentration Requirements (10 courses) For Archaeology Concentrators See also: at-a-glance concentration spreadsheet
  • Alumni Voices | Anthropology Department - Anthropology alumni pursue a variety of career paths, including consulting and advertising, global health and medicine, law, government, academia, media and the arts, and social entrepreneurship.
  • Archaeology | Anthropology Department - Archaeology Graduate Program Overview The principal objectives of the graduate program in archaeology are to provide:1. Informed, critical examinations of core issues in archaeology 2. Comprehensive training in principal methods and theories of anthropologically oriented archaeology
  • Social Anthropology | Anthropology Department - Social Anthropology Graduate Program Overview The field of social/cultural anthropology is changing rapidly in response to economic and political developments in the post-Cold War world. Harvard's Social Anthropology Program is now focusing on issues of globalism, ethnic violence, gender studies, "new" nationalisms, diaspora formation, transnationalism and local experience, medical anthropology, and the emerging cultures of cyberspace.

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