We provide students anthropological knowledge and critical thinking skills through teaching, mentoring, and conducting both scholarly and applied research. Anthropology is a means to enhance our understanding of the human condition by integrating historical, cultural, and biological perspectives. Our faculty and students are committed to the practice of anthropology as a critical social science that appreciates human diversity and challenges global inequities.
The four field and integrative approach to the study of the human condition includes classes in:
Congratulations to WMU anthropology professor Dr. Michael Nassaney for being appointed to the Michigan Freedom Trail Commission! This appointment was made by Gov. Rick Snyder.