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Anthropology is concerned with human diversity and commonality over time and across geographical space. It is the broadest of the social sciences, stretching from the life sciences to the humanities.

The Department of Anthropology was established in 1936 and its faculty has consistently included distinguished anthropologists of international renown. Members of the department conduct research on present and past human societies, cultural knowledge and practice, human health and nutrition, evolutionary antecedents of humans, and closely related species.

The department offers graduate training in socio-cultural, linguistic, medical, biological, and archaeological branches of the field with an emphasis, at the doctoral level, on empirical research and long-term fieldwork.

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Ontogeny of Postcranial Robusticity among Holocene Hunter-gatherers of Southernmost Africa

Rewriting Marpole: The Path to Cultural Complexity in the Gulf of Georgia.

Linguistic and Spatial Practice in a Divided Landscape

Trouble in our Fields: Health and Human Rights among Mexican and Caribbean Migrant Farm Workers in Canada

The Significance of Choice in the Late Dorset Technology of Domestic Architecture

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