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!


Brown Bag Lecture Series

Kirsten Green, Department of Anthropology, University of Montana
Tracing Mortuary Trends at Cahal Pech using Stable Isotope Data
Friday, April 22

Sarah Caldwell, Proposal Defense
In the Wake of War: Activity Patterns and Ottoman-Occupation in 14th-17th Century Croatia
Monday, April 25
2:30 in STON 154

Department of Anthropology annual Awards Banquet
Thursday, April 28th
PHEN 241

Day of Giving

PAST Goat Roast (Purdue Anthropology Society)

  • Create stone tools
  • Participate in fun activities
  • Enjoy great food

Loeb Fountain
April 30, 12:30-3:00
RSVP here

Katie Whitmore, PhD proposal presentation
A Life Course Approach to Social Age and Health in the Ancient Nile Valley
May 2
11:30 AM STON 154

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