The Department offers four field training, with programs in sociocultural anthropology, archaeology, biological anthropology, linguistics and cultural heritage management. In social/cultural anthropology, research and teaching are focused on the cultural construction of politics and law, history, economy, medicine, gender, art and consumption; psychological anth; visual anthropology, urban anthropology, applied anthropology. Linguistics research focuses on sociocultural linguistics, rhetorical practices, performance studies, language and power, language and gender. Regional specialization includes Europe, Latin America, Melanesia, North America, South Asia, East Asia, Middle East, Central Asia. Topical areas in archaeology and biological anthropology include historical archaeology, prehistoric archaeology, human evolution, paleoanthrop
Graduate: Teaching assistantships, up to 50% time per 9 months. ICGC fellowships. Departmental Graduate Fellowships, Diversity of Views and Experience (DOVE) Fellowships.
Departmental Labs, Center for Advanced Feminist Studies, Ames Library for South Asia, Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, Institute for Global Studies, Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change, Museum Studies, Communication Studies, Medical Social Science, Ethnomusicology. A wide array of supporting programs in agriculture, child development, cognitive science, environmental studies, health sciences, paleoecology, and psychology