Welcome to the Anthropology Department
Congratulations to Anthropology Majors, Anna Lornitzo, Lauren Banker, Jillian Price and Evelyn French, for each being selected as a winner of a 2013 Undergraduate Research Conference Award
Anthropology Major, Megan Barry, TNH article "Durham-area church combines religion with environmental values"
Twelve Anthropology Majors present at 2013 Undergraduate Research Conference on Friday, April 26
Students from ANTH 444: The Lost Campus: The Archaeology of UNH course Unearth Original Campus Train Depot
Attend Community Archaeology Day on April 27 from 9:00am-3:00pm
"The Cyborg Inside Me", Prof. Peshkova offers new online course, Anthropology of the Internet ANTH 508, this summer
Research Profile: for Prof. Howey, the Past is Powerful
Prof. Harrison-Buck interviewed about 2012 Mayan calendar
Meghan Howey publishes new book on northern Great Lakes earthworks
Fall 2012 issue of Spectrum has been published!
UNH to Study Great Lakes Archaeological Sites via Satellite
Professor Edits New Book About Ancient Mesoamerica
Anthropology asks the question: What does it mean to be human? Students explore the unity and diversity of human experience. Through courses that cover a wide range of societies throughout the world, we investigate the human condition, past and present. Learn more.
Please visit our links at the right for information about our program. Should you need additional information, do not hesitate to contact us.