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Department of Anthropology135 John Munroe Hall46 W. Delaware AvenueNewark, DE 19716302-831-1851
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Peter Benson Department Chair firstname.lastname@example.org Munroe Hall
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Archaeology and biological anthropology labs
The Anthropology administrative office, all faculty offices,
archaeology and biological anthropology laboratories and a conference room
are located on the lower two floors of Munroe Hall. The lobby serves
as a lounge and study area for students looking for a quiet spot to
study or grab a few moments to catch up with friends.
Built early in the nineteenth century for faculty housing, three historic homes were renovated and unified by a two-story building in the rear to form the new John Munroe Hall. The Department of Anthropology and the Department of History are housed here. The building was named in honor of the late John Munroe, H. Rodney Sharp Professor Emeritus of History and was dedicated in 1997.
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