Anthropology is the scientific study of the human condition, an exploration of the biological, linguistic, social, material, and cultural aspects of life in the past, present, and future. Of the many disciplines that study our species, Homo sapiens, only anthropology seeks to understand the whole panorama—in geographic space and evolutionary time—of human existence. more...

  1. Research by Rob Losey on dog and wolf domestication featured in BARK

    Rob Losey is proving just how enduring the bond is between man and his best friend.

  2. Article on Jack Ives Research featured in Western Digs

    What can kids shoes tell us about Promontory Culture? Apparently, a lot.

  3. News from the Institute of Prairie Archaeology

    Alberta archaeologists featured in the October issue of American Antiquity

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  1. Fulbright Arctic Initiative Scholar Dr. Noor Johnson on Knowledge Practices in the Arctic

    October 09 2015

    Knowledge practices and Anthropocene politics in the changing Arctic: Ethnographic engagement from the global to the local

  2. U of A Open House

    October 17 2015

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