Anthropologists can help change the world. We do this, in part, by making sure our graduates are prepared with the skills and experiences they will need for a broad spectrum of careers. In Anthropology, you will work on global problems in interdisciplinary teams. You can participate in summer field schools around the world, study abroad, and do other hands-on research. We are committed to exploring human diversity across time and space.  We invite you to join us!

Upcoming Events

Thursday, October 27th
Brown Bag Series – Lectures
Calories and Consequences: Energetics, Ecology, and Evolution in Humans and other Primates, by Dr. Herman Pontzer
3PM | STONE 154

Wednesday, November 2nd
Brown Bag Series –Lectures
Exaggerated Masculinity, Political Extremism and Normative Displacement, by Dr. Norman O'Neill
3PM | STONE 154

Latest News

10/21/2016 - Ph.D. candidate Savannah Schulze (Remis) is currently conducting fieldwork in Uganda thanks to a Wenner-Gren Foundation Grant for her dissertation project. Keep up with her field updates on her research blog.

10/13/2016 - Prof. Amanda Veile's published research on the epidemiologic link between cesarean birth and childhood obesity is highlighted by Purdue News.

10/06/2016 - Purdue features Big Ideas around campus, including Prof. Sherylyn Briller's on how to educate people to more rapidly gain the wisdom typically accumulated over the course of a lifetime.

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