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Brockport students riding camels in Wadi Rumm during an archaeological field school in Petra, Jordan.

The Survivor's Exhibit is now on Display.

Join us for The Survivor's Exhibit opening reception on Thursday, September 27, at 6 pm in the Queen Room of the Drake Memorial Library. It presents the tragic history of a family, who fled genocide in the Democratic Republic of Congo. 

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  • Profile - Jonathan Broida working in the Anthropology Lab

    What Its Like

    Hear from our students what its like to be a part of the Department of Anthropology at the College at Brockport.

  • Students setting up the Survivors Exhibit

    Human Rights Event Series

    The Human Rights Event Series is co-sponsored by the Department of Anthropology and the Department of History. The purpose of the series is to spread awareness on human rights and help participants better understand other cultures and lifestyles.

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    Anthropology Addresses the Issues of Today

    Anthropology is a multidisciplinary field of study where you can focus on a variety of areas of research related to the human experience. The anthropology department’s curriculum at the College at Brockport focuses on interdisciplinary themes of study related to Environment and Change, Social Justice and Human Rights, and Heritage and Identity.

  • Rochelle Strassner

    Check out some of the Career Opportunities in Anthropology

    Rochelle is responsible for operating the Wilderness Explorer Troop Leader locations at Walt Disney World while connecting guests to animals, conservation, culture and the natural world through engaging, family-focused activities. This is just one of the many opportunities available to Anthropologists!

Last Updated 11/9/18

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