The Anthropology Department offers cutting edge training for both undergraduates and graduates. Our programs include the traditional BA, MA and PhD programs, plus a BA/MA (Integrated Graduate Studies program in which undergraduate students can graduate with an MA in 4 years), as well as a new 1-Year MA in Medical Anthropology and Global Health that includes a certificate in Global Health, and MA/MPH, PhD/MPH, MD/MA and MD/PhD degree programs.

 

The Anthropology Department offers cutting edge training for both undergraduates and graduatesStudy with internationally recognized faculty Where will anthropology take you? Explore this interactive map of anthropology research conducted by faculty and PhD candidates at CWRU

 

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Anthropology Lecture featuring Dr. Rachel Chapman

Dr. Rachel Chapman, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in the Anthropology Department at the University of Washington. Join us on Friday, March 22nd from 5:00 – 6:00 PM in Mather Memorial 201 for her talk on “Austerity, Precarious Use and the Elusive AIDS Free Generation in Mozambique”.

World Anthropology Day, February 21 2019

World Anthropology Day Celebration

The Anthropological Student Association invites you to stop by their table on February 21 in the Tinkham Veale University Center, between 11:00AM - 2:00PM. Majors and minors can stop by for free American Anthropological Association Merchandise! Later, join us for a showing of Smoke Signals, a 1990's movie about modern Native-Americans coming to terms...

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Student Spotlight: Kristine Camper

Kristine Camper, M.A. Medical Anthropology & Global Health, was recently featured by the College of Arts and Sciences as part of their Student Spotlight series.

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Plimpton Lecture Series featuring Dr. Melissa Cefkin

Dr. Melissa Cefkin, Ph.D. leads the Human Centered Systems research division at the Nissan Research Center in Silicon Valley that examines the challenges of creating autonomous vehicles. Join us on Monday, February 11 from 5:00 – 6:00 PM in Mather Memorial 201 for her talk on “Anthropological Forays into the Future: Living with Autonomous Cars”.

Uganda – CWRU Research Collaboration observes 30th Anniversary

This year marks the 30th year of the research collaboration between researchers at Case Western Reserve University and Uganda. The collaboration began at the invitation of the Ugandan government who invited the late Dr. Frederick Robbins, Nobel Laureate and Dean Emeritus of the CWRU School of Medicine, to visit...

Kassen Lecture Series featuring Dr. Susan Greenhalgh

Susan Greenhalgh, Ph.D. John King & Wilma Cannon Fairbank Research Professor of Chinese Society in the Department of Anthropology at Harvard "Big Pharma, Big Food, and the Management of the Global Obesity Epidemic" Friday, November 2, 2018 - starts at 5:00 PM in Mather Memorial, 201 (Snacks provided) Professor Greenhalgh’s work seeks to...

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Learn how to join Lambda Alpha, the CWRU Ohio Theta Chapter of the national honors society for students of Anthropology.

Interested in a career in Anthropology? American Anthropological Association (AAA) website, This Is Anthropology, may have helpful information.

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