Human behavior – what is it? Why and how does it vary so much across the planet and through time? The Department of Anthropology at The College at Brockport studies human behavior in both the past and present, through sociocultural, archaeological, and biological approaches that are holistic, cross-cultural, and evolutionary. Whether through ethnographic fieldwork, archaeological excavation, biological lab work, or visual and material cultural analysis, our students and faculty collaborate closely to improve knowledge of human variation, and better prepare students to address the problems of the 21st century.
The Anthropology Department offers a 39-credit major, an 18-credit minor, and an 18-credit interdisciplinary minor in museum studies and public history.
Dr. Ramsay is directing an archaeological field school in the summer of 2015 at Petra, Jordan. If you are interested please check out the syllabus!
Department of Anthropology
Office: Cooper C12
Fax: (585) 395-2684
Contact: Jackie Deats,
Marjorie Helen Steward Speaker series presents:
'Where the Warriors Lie: A Bioarchaeology of Conflict in Early Medieval Bohemia'
Presented by Doctoral Candidate Lauren Hosek, Department of Anthropology, Syracuse University
March 11, 3:35-4:50 pm in Edwards Room 103
Scholars Day is April 8! We have several anthropology sessions to check out.
Have a look at the schedule and join us: http://www.brockport.edu/scholarsday/2015/