You want to understand what it means to be human through time, from our earliest ancestors, and across the many cultures of the world.
You want a different view of the world.
You want to hear the voices of other peoples who share this world with us, but whose lives are often far different from our own.
You want a global perspective.
Anthropologists get to ask and answer the big questions about humanity. Who are we? Where do we come from? Where are we going? If these questions – and many other questions about humanity interest you, study anthropology!
Anthropology Featured Courses Spring 2022
Explorations in Global Cultural Diversity- Introduction to the Anthropology of Japan
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
The Archaeology of Human History
Disaster and Culture
Practicing Anthropology: Applying Ethnographic Theory and Methods
Maymester Global Seminar - Mexico
Maymester Global Seminar - Primates of Vietnam
ANTH 4350/4390 (6 Credits)
CU Summer Archaeological Field School
Summer Session A. May 31 through July 1