Preparations for the Holika Dahan Bonfire in Nepal. Credit: www.flickr.com/photos/wonker/2385067338/
Anthropology is an exciting, interdisciplinary field that combines approaches from across the social sciences. Anthropologists seek to better understand human nature, the evolution of our species, primate behavior, and what it means to be human in societies across the globe and throughout time.
Anthropology involves four subfields: Cultural Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, Linguistic Anthropology, and Archaeology. Anthropologists study a wide array of subjects, from ancient human ancestors, to the impact of capitalism on our lives today in America.
Harbor College currently offers courses in Biological Anthropology (Anthro 101), Cultural Anthropology (Anthro 102), Archaeology (Anthro 103), Linguistic Anthropology (Anthro 104), Lab in Biological Anthropology (Anthro 111) and the Anthropology of Magic, Religion and Witchcraft (Anthro 121).
Anthropology will broaden your perspective on the world and offer you new ways of seeing yourself and the life that you live. There is truly no limit to what you can do with this field!
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