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Anthropology brings a global perspective to the study of human diversity by means of in-depth research at the local level and comparative studies that explore human experience through time and across space. At Syracuse, we embrace a holistic approach
to anthropology through teaching and research in archaeological, biological, cultural, and linguistic anthropology.
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human problems locally and globally. This objective is consistent to the central concerns of all of the subfields of anthropology.
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Sean Reid awarded Carter G. Woodson Fellowship
Congratulations Edwin Kwame Otu
Edwin Kwame Otu successfully defended his dissertation
Congratulations Lori Klivak
Lori Klivak Successfully defended her dissertation
Maxwell School Award for Undergraduate Scholarship
Congratulations Sara McNamara for being awarded the Maxwell School Award for Undergraduate Scholarship
2016-17 Remembrance Scholars
Congratulations to the 2016-17 Remembrance Scholars Soleil Young and Jose Marrero-Rosado