Anthropology at Sewanee encourages students to learn about human experience in both archaeological and contemporary socio-cultural settings. Field research, study abroad, and community engagement are all key elements in our teaching that provide students with a broad array of practical analytic skills and help students to see human diversity as a source of both strength and inspiration.


Professor Richard O'Connor's New Book Released July, 2017
September 4, 2017
Richard O'Connor book, "The Dance of Nurture: Negotiating Infant Feeding," released July, 2017.
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Senior Anthropology Minor Travels to Tanzania
November 18, 2016
Sara Balte participated in a summer internship at the Nengo Primary School and Protectorate Centre in Kibondo, Tanzania
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Sarah Brown presenting
Majors Present on Abroad Study Programs
March 4, 2016
Students and faculty gathered for a reception to welcome returning study abroad students and commence the spring semester.
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