The Department of Anthropology at the University of Alabama offers training in all four traditional sub-fields of Anthropology: Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Linguistic Anthropology, and Social/Cultural Anthropology. Click here to learn more about what Anthropology is. We offer an undergraduate minor in Anthropology or Evolutionary Studies, and B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees in Anthropology. At the doctoral level the department offers two tracks—The Archaeology of Complex Societies of the Americas and Biocultural Medical Anthropology.
Welcome to the Department of Anthropology
- Vernon James Knight Endowed Scholarship in Anthropology is Now Official!
- Congratulations to Paul Eubanks for Successfully Defending Dissertation
- Dr. Chris Lynn Accepted for UA A&S Greece Initiative
- Courtney Andrews Places in 3MT Contest
- UA Anthropologists Participate at 114th Annual Meeting of AAA in Denver
- Undergraduates Ashley Daugherty, Nick Roy, & Caity Walker receive UCRA Award
- Johnna Dominguez wins Outstanding Thesis Award
- Dr. David Meek wins Travel Award
- Dr. Jason DeCaro publishes “Household-level Predictors of Maternal Mental Health and Systemic Inflammation among Infants in Mwanza, Tanzania”
- Dr. Chris Lynn publishes “Family Diversity” in Anthropology News
- Dr. Jo Weaver publishes “Type 2 Diabetes and Anxiety Symptoms among Women in New Delhi, India”
- Paul Eubanks and Dr. Ian Brown publish “Certain Trends in Eastern Woodlands Salt Production Technology”
- Dr. David Meek publishes “The Politics of Knowledge Production in the Geoweb” and co-edits special issue of ACME
- Dr. David Meek publishes “Critical Food Systems Education and the Question of Race”