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.
- 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
- Dec. 20, 2016