The Master of Arts program in Anthropology focuses on sociocultural anthropology. The anthropology faculty conduct research and support graduate students in a variety of specific areas of interest, such as studies of ritual and religion, international development, globalization and transnationalism, gender and sexuality, immigrant experiences, race, nationalism and ethnicity, colonialism and post-colonialism, ethnohistory, language and culture, health and illness, performance, art and museum collections, popular culture, and human-environment relations.

At the master’s level, we also offer collaborative specializations in African Studies and Digital Humanities.

Program Information

  • Co-op Option: no

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