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The field of anthropology seeks to understand and address the challenges and opportunities of our time. The Department of Anthropology at the University of Delaware features a premier undergraduate program that educates students about the diversity of human experience and the importance of apprehending social issues in critical and sensitive ways. The field of anthropology is made up of multiple subfields (archaeology, biological anthropology, cultural anthropology) and the department at the University of Delaware has world renowned scholars in each of these areas, contributing to the study of human societies, both past and present. Anthropology integrates the sciences and humanities to explore cross-cultural and global perspectives on what it means to be human in different times and places.
The Department of Anthropology at the University of Delaware furnishes students with opportunities for experiential learning through original laboratory, ethnographic and archaeological research. Interactive classes and innovative learning contexts provide significant opportunities for collaborative and interdisciplinary research with personalized supervision that culminates in professional products, including conference presentations and faculty-student publications. These experiences foster the strong sense of community between students and faculty that is a hallmark of our department and enhance the humanism and scientific approaches that define the field of anthropology. The department also emphasizes key skills in writing, critical thinking, analysis, and interpretation. These skills, and anthropology's education in culture, society, and biology, are essential for engaging the complexities of today's world and seeking professional employment and graduate study.
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