University of Florida, Department of Anthropology

Contact: Patricia King

1112 Turlington Hall
P.O. Box 117305
Gainesville
FL
32611
United States

Tel: 3522947530

Email: aok@ufl.edu

About University of Florida, Department of Anthropology

Anthropology lies at the intersection of the multiple approaches to the study of humankind that characterize other disciplines – biological, social, cultural, historical, linguistic, cognitive, material, technological and aesthetic – because of its unique holistic perspective. These multiple approaches are encapsulated in the four traditional subfields that have composed the discipline since its establishment in the 19th century: cultural, archaeological, biological and linguistic anthropology. Anthropologists typically engage in particularistic research (devoted to specific topics, regions, theoretical and methodological concerns) that ultimately contributes to the “big questions” about the human experience.

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1 job with University of Florida, Department of Anthropology

  • Lecturer

    • University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
    • Negotiable
    • University of Florida, Department of Anthropology

    Full-time, nine-month, non-tenure accruing position at the rank of Lecturer, beginning August 16, 2022, in Cultural and Linguistic Anthropology.