The field of anthropology promotes a holistic understanding of social life by offering complex accounts of human histories, societies, and cultures. Anthropologists do ethnographic, archival, biological, and archaeological research on various aspects of individual and collective experience in all time periods and parts of the world. Because field experience is essential to the discipline, the department sponsors multiple opportunities for students to carry out anthropological field work under professional conditions. Options include the Anthropology major, the Geography-Anthropology major,  an Anthropology correlate and a Biology-Anthropology correlate.

Associate Professor and Chair of Anthropology
BA, Rutgers University-New Brunswick; MA, PhD, SUNY at Binghamton
Adjunct Instructor in Anthropology
BA, University of Toronto; MA, Indiana University-Bloomington
Assistant Professor of Anthropology on the Mary Clark Rockefeller Chair
BA, BS, Loyola University Chicago; MA, PhD, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Professor of Anthropology and Women, Feminist, and Queer Studies
BA, SUNY Empire State College; MA, PhD, SUNY at Albany
Visiting Associate Professor of Anthropology
BA, Brandeis University; MA, PhD, Princeton University
Professor of Anthropology
BA, Bryn Mawr College; MA, PhD, University of Chicago
Associate Professor of Anthropology
BA, Fisk University; PhD, Indiana University-Bloomington
Dean of Studies and Professor of Anthropology
BA, University of Arizona; MA, PhD, The University of Texas
Lecturer in Anthropology
BA, Utrecht University; MA, MPhil, New York University; MPhil, University of Cambridge; PhD, New York University
Adjunct Instructor in Anthropology
BA, University of Maine; MA, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Professor of Anthropology
BA, Harvard University; MA, PhD, University of Chicago