Understanding humanity in context
From prehistoric humanity all the way to contemporary cultural diversity, anthropologists engage with a wide range of issues and phenomena that affect individual and public life.
Waterloo's Anthropology research and teaching expertise covers three major sub-fields of the discipline: socio-cultural anthropology, archaeological anthropology, and biological (physical) anthropology.
Winter 2018 Courses
|ANTH 100 (001)||Introduction to Anthropology||Maria Liston|
|ANTH 100 (002) Evening||Introduction to Anthropology||Nic Hayes|
|ANTH 201||Introduction to Archaeology||Christopher Watts|
|ANTH 202||Social and Cultural Anthropology||Mark S. Dolson|
|ANTH 204||Biological Anthropology||Alexis Dolphin|
|ANTH 233||Inuit Cultures||Robert Park|
|ANTH 322||The Archaeology of the Great Lakes Area||Christopher Watts|
|ANTH 330||Environmental Anthropology||Götz Hoeppe|
|ANTH 430||Anthropology of Science||Götz Hoeppe|
|ANTH 455||Skeletal Biology and Forensics||Maria Liston|
See Course Descriptions in the undergraduate calendar.
See the Schedule of Classes for days/times. Select term 1181.
- Jan. 4, 2018
We are most proud to announce that Douglas Stenton, Adjunct Professor in the Department of Anthropology, was among the 125 appointees to the Order of Canada on December 29th, 2017, cited “for his enduring contributions to the preservation of Canada’s northern heritage".
- Oct. 4, 2017
Götz Hoeppe, Associate Professor of Anthropology, was awarded the 2017 Melvin Pollner Prize in Ethnomethodology for his article “Working Data Together: The Accountability and Reflexivity of Digital Astronomical Practice”, which appeared in the journal Social Studies of Science.
- July 17, 2017