Anthropology

 

  • Anthropology South America
  • Anthropology South America City
  • Anthropology Social Cultural
  • Anthropology Social Cultural
  • Archeology

Anthropology studies human diversity and complexity. It has four main branches:

  1. Social Cultural
  2. Biological
  3. Archaeology
  4. Linguistics

Anthropologists increasingly focus on practical concerns. 

Faculty expertise focuses on the peoples and cultures of the Andes and western Amazon, Mexico, Latter-day Saints, Popular Catholicism, shamanism, religion health, digital anthropology, food, peoples of the Great Basin, Fremont, indigenous Southwest and public archaeology.  Training at UVU is interdisciplinary and provides a strong grounding in anthropological history and social theory, as well as in methods. We emphasize the classic four fields and encourage students to develop and carry out their own research projects as part of becoming anthropologists. 

UVU Anthropology faculty Dr. David Yoder and his students were featured in a story on Fox 13 News Utah because of their Summer 2015 field school work at the Hinckley Mounds in Provo, you can see news story here.

 

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American Anthropological Association

Anthropology Career Information