Anthropology explores how people and groups across the globe engage with the social, cultural, political, and economic processes that shape the contemporary world.

Anthropologists spend extended periods of time with the people they study in order to understand their practices and beliefs and how they are entangled with systems of power.



The Department of Anthropology is seeking applications for a nine-month term appointment at the rank of Lecturer or Teaching Assistant Professor, commencing August 1, 2024. The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching six courses (Introduction to Anthropology, 2 sections of Critical Indigenous Studies, Indigenous Self-Governance, Anthropology of Food, and Global Environmental Crises) over two semesters.

We are seeking graduate students either at the Ph.D. and M.A. levels, in Geography, Anthropology and Archaeology/Heritage studies interested in pursuing research on some of these broadly defined topics. Check out the news article for more details! 

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