Welcome to Anthropology!
We are a dynamic four-field intellectual community (Anthropological Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Linguistic Anthropology, Sociocultural Anthropology) formed by faculty and students in a mutual quest to understand the human condition in all its variety, past and present. The questions we explore are many. Some have persisted through over a century of anthropological inquiry, some have been refined or altered as a result of anthropological work, and some have emerged recently along with changing world conditions and new intellectual debates.
Graduate Application Deadline is December 15, 2015.
Save the Date! The Winter 2016 Roy A. Rappaport Lectures by Alaina Lemon
More information about the lectures available at The Winter 2016 Roy A. Rappaport Lectures: “Communication and Enchantment” by Alaina Lemon
The Fall 2015 Roy A. Rappaport Lectures: by Webb Keane
The Department of Anthropology is pleased to announce the Fall 2015 Roy A. Rappaport Lectures:
“Ethical Life: Its Natural and Social Histories” by Webb Keane
Complete information is available at The Roy A. Rappaport Lectures: “Ethical Life: Its Natural and Social Histories”
- John O'Shea and Ashley Lemke on SciTech Now November 19, 2015
- Interview with Webb Keane about his forthcoming book November 18, 2015
- Michigan Anthropology alum received WHR Rivers Undergraduate Paper Prize November 4, 2015
- 4 Field Colloquium: Fighting and Foodways: A Bioarchaeological Study of Violence and Diet during Imperial Decline and Drought in the Peruvian Andes
Speaker: Tiffiny Tung
- Native American Heritage Month Key Note Performance: Frank Waln & Samsoche Sampson
- 10:00 PM
- The Roy A. Rappaport Lectures: "Ethical Histories"
Speaker: Webb Keane