Cultural Anthropology

About the B.A. in Anthropology

  • Preparation for graduate school
  • Preparation for careers in government, international organizations, international business, law, and non-profit agencies
  • Ability to design an individualized ethnographic concentration
  • Senior research project
  • Opportunities to study abroad at some of the top universities in the world

Cultural anthropology is the study of the different cultural groups, identities and practices found within the contemporary world. As the contemporary world becomes one more marked by flows of people, ideas, money and images, cultural anthropology has rigorously attempted to research how the local becomes globalized, and the global becomes localized. More.

Faculty

  • Associate Professors: Dr. Jonathan Church (Director)
  • Assistant Professors: Dr. Jennifer Riggan (International Studies)
  • Instructor: Mr. Alex Otieno
  • Adjunct Professor: Dr. Jeffrey Ratcliffe, Dr. Joan Saverino

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