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The latest ANTH newsletter can be accessed here. The summer newsletter issue included our milestones for 2019-2020. Archived newsletters can be found here: https://anth.ubc.ca/news/news-bulletin/ The next call for AnthNews contribution will be in late July in prep for the September events.
Instructor: Dr. Camilla Speller Where does our food come from? When and where were our staple foods first domesticated? How were they transported around the world? How have they changed from initial cultivation or breeding until they arrived on our plate today? Plant and animal domestication revolutionized the life-ways of […]
ARCL 228-922 Forensic Anthropology Tuesday/Thursday 2:00 – 5:00 PM Instructor: Heather Robertson ANTH 227 Introduction to Medical Anthropology Tuesday/Thursday 9:30 – 12:30 PM Instructor: Rafael Wainer ANTH 302A-002 Ethnography of South Asia Monday/Wednesday/Friday 9:00 – 11:00 Instructor: Sara Shneiderman
ANTH 202/RGST 200: INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF RELIGION 2020 – 2021 WINTER, TERM 1 | T &TH 11:00 – 12:30 Instructor: Dr. Sabina Magliocco In the twenty-first century, religion is an important index of identity. It is both a source of unity and conflict on the world stage, and provides powerful […]
Who are we? Why Study Anthropology? Areas of Specialization Major, Minor & Honours Requirements MA Program PhD Program Awards Awards & Financial Aid Research Opportunities Research & Resources
June 8, 2020 The UBC Department of Anthropology stands in solidarity and hope with protesters in the United States, Canada and across the globe who are risking their lives in the face of state violence and a pandemic to demand racial and social justice. We condemn the ongoing murders, recent and historical, of […]
CELEBRATING OUR GRADUATING STUDENTS: We will be holding a virtual graduation ceremony for the Anthropology Department (MAs, PhDs, Majors, and Honours) on Wednesday, June 17th at 6:00 pm PST. We would love for you all to join, to help us celebrate all those who have completed their program this year. […]
All courses in the Department of Anthropology will be offered only online in Winter term 1. Many courses will be blended, with asynchronous and synchronous delivery. In Winter term 2, it is most likely courses will continue to be offered only online. However, this is subject to change.