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ABOUT THE ANTHROPOLOGY PROGRAM
Anthropology is the comparative study of human diversity and distinctiveness through time and across the world. Anthropology spans the humanities, social sciences, and biological, cognitive, and evolutionary sciences. In offering a natural history of the human species, it studies human biological and behavioral variation. Anthropology aims at uncovering the patterns of past and present socio-economic life, and seeks to understand how cultural meaning and political power shape human experience.
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Faculty listings, program overview, minimum degree requirements and satisfactory progress information.
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We have a limited amount of graduate student support through teaching assistantships and fellowships. These are awarded competitively, and are only awarded to those applicants who have all their materials in by the December 1st deadline.
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