Anthropology is the study of human being, and human diversity. Anthropologists study human cultural and biological diversity in the contemporary world as well as in the past, through the holistic integration of both scientific and humanistic disciplines. The four sub-fields of Anthropology are cultural anthropology, biological anthropology, archaeology, and linguistics. Many anthropologists work in the public sphere as well as in academia. There is no other discipline that is as broadly envisioned and better poised to prepare students for tackling the global issues of the 21st century.
Department of Anthropology
Office: Cooper C12
Fax: (585) 395-2684
Contact: Jackie Deats,
Dr. Keating publishes an article in the Dec. 2013 issue of Asia Pacific Viewpoint, an international journal.
Dr. Ramsay publishes an article in the Dec. 2013 issue of Journal of Arid Environments, an international journal.
Dr. Keating presents a paper at the American Anthropological Association annual meeting in Chicago, Ill. on Nov. 21.
Dr. Ramsay presents with former student, Amanda Foley (graduate student at Ohio State) at the annual meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research in Balitmore, MD. on Nov 21.
Dr. Keating was recently interviewed by the Democrat and Chronicle about the art exhibit opening Oct. 24 that he is curating. The show is titled, "“Mush Hole Remembered: R.G. Miller”.
Why a UN World Conference on
Indigenous Peoples Now?
Kenneth Deer (Kahnawake Mohawk)
Thursday April 10, 2014 – 5-6:15 PM
College at Brockport, SUNY, Edwards Hall RM 106