Welcome to This is Anthropology. On this website, you can learn more about the discipline of anthropology, use our interactive map to learn about anthropology projects in different parts of the world, explore the skills and careers anthropologists have, and find out how you can become an anthropologist.
President of the Society for Medical Anthropology; Professor and former Chair of the Department of Anthropology, The College at Brockport, SUNY. Research interests: HIV/AIDS prevention, stigma, and social dimensions; Zambia, Hungary, United States.
Retired State Archaeologist (Oregon). I have a Traveling Museum of Oregon Prehistory, I make replica and reproduction artifacts, my educational website is oregon-archaeology.com. I teach at early living skills events around the west: Echoes-in-time; Rabbitstick, Winter Count , Buckeye
I am a Public Anthropologist, my research is informed by feminist and postcolonial theories. I use a comparative and reflexive anthropological lens to address internal colonialism, gender, poverty, social oppression and structural violence in the postcolonial and neoliberal context of India.
I am a medical anthropologist investigating how culture and states of consciousness shape and influence human health. From healing rituals in West and East Africa to meditation and alternative medicine in the United States, I seek to understand holistic approaches to health and well-being.
I am a retired anthropology educator and I am certified to teach anthropology in secondary schools by the State of Michigan. I taught anthropology and archaeology at the high school level and I have also taught Native American Studies at an urban tribal education center.
I'm an archaeologist who works in the private sector for a cultural resource management firm in Atlanta. My job as a project manager offers me a great mix of office and field work, and I'm still able to pursue my passion for historical archaeology and public outreach.