Jun 09, 2023  
[PRELIMINARY] Course Catalog 2023-2024 
[PRELIMINARY] Course Catalog 2023-2024


Jason D. Haugen (Assoc. Prof.), chair

Suzanne Barber (Vstg. Asst. Prof.)
Erika G. Hoffmann-Dilloway (Prof.)
Hiroko Kumaki (Asst. Prof.)
Amy V. Margaris (Assoc. Prof.)
Baron L. Pineda (Prof.)

Appointed by Courtesy
Jennifer Fraser (Prof. - Ethnomusicology)
Kip Grosvenor Hutchins (Vstg. Instr. - Environmental Studies)
Jessica Madison Pískatá (Vstg. Asst. Prof. - Environmental Studies)

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Anthropology represents a broad field of study encompassing such subdisciplines as cultural anthropology, medical anthropology, linguistic anthropology, archaeology, and biological anthropology.

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Majors and Minors


Courses listed below offer comprehensive approaches to anthropology’s diverse subject matter and provide an important component of a liberal arts education for both majors and non-majors.

Private Reading Courses in the Department

  • Students may schedule an anthropology private reading course during their junior or senior years.
  • No more than one anthropology private reading course may be taken in any one semester.