The Department of Anthropology Field Program in European Studies was created in 1969-1970 and is unique in the country. Its primary goals are to encourage the anthropological study of European societies broadly conceived and to provide students with an opportunity to learn fieldwork techniques, research design, grant writing, and data analysis in a supervised setting.
Browse the Anthropology Department Field Program in European Studies Collections:
Elizabeth S. Chilton Cultural heritage, archaeology, hunter-gatherers, the origins of agriculture, origins of social complexity, technological organization, ceramic ecology, geoarchaeology, and cultural resource management, Native peoples of northeastern North America.
Julie D Hemment Cultural Anthropology Post-socialism, gender and transition