University of the South, Sewanee, Department of Anthropology
Contact: Richard O'Connor
735 University Ave
About University of the South, Sewanee, Department of Anthropology
At Sewanee, we take an anthropological approach to learning. This layered academic philosophy encourages you to adopt varying viewpoints, and the anthropology curriculum is no exception. Studying anthropology gives you a glimpse into archaeological, linguistic, historical, and contemporary socio-cultural settings. Commonly subdivided, this discipline allows you to choose the aspects of culture you connect with most.
At Sewanee, the department focuses on archaeological and cultural methodologies. Because the study of anthropology requires a sort of cultural immersion, you are encouraged to study abroad. This will provide you with invaluable experience and expertise in cross-cultural interaction and research. Field study and other community engagement projects are also key elements in Sewanee’s program in anthropology. You’ll come away with practical analytical skills and the ability to see human diversity as a source of strength and inspiration.
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