About the Program
Students gain advanced knowledge of the evolution of primate and human behavior; behavioral ecology of nonhuman primates; cultural evolution; human evolution; hunter-gatherers; North American prehistory; archaeological theory; identity politics; critical theory; culture/power/ideology; gender and society; political economy/ecology; and urban anthropology. Students graduate with the qualitative and quantitative skills necessary for professional research and teaching in archaeology, linguistic anthropology, biological anthropology, or social anthropology.
Ph.D. Plan B
College of Letters and Science
Admissions and Fellowship Information
Space Available: Mar 15, 2023
Continuing Student Fellowship: Jan 15, 2023