Discover how anthropology comes alive through our faculty, staff and students. We are proud of our premiere undergraduate and graduate programs that engage students to actively understand the human condition and our primate relatives.

In Anthropology, you can focus on one of four emphases:

Faculty Accepting Graduate Students

Name Specialty
Dana Bardolph Archaeology, Midwestern U.S., Latin America, paleoethnobotany, foodways, gender equity, ethics
Giovanni Bennardo Linguistic anthropology (code switching, conversation analysis, linguistic ideology
Cognitive anthropology (cultural models)
Mitchell Irwin Primatology/primate ecology
Emily McKee Nationalism, environment, farming, regional food systems, Middle East, United States
Leila Porter primate behavior/primate ecology
Mark Schuller NGO - Caribbean/Latin America
Kendall Thu Applied, food systems, environment, social justice

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Department of Anthropology
Stevens Building Rm 190

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