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.
I combine archaeology and cultural anthropology for heritage studies, focused on the politics of the past in the eastern Mediterranean and hidden histories in Southwest Florida. I teach at a small liberal arts college in Sarasota and direct a public archaeology program.
Anthropology at Durham University study everything to do with being human -- past, present and future. We are one of the largest Anthropology Depts in the UK. Find out more at www.dur.ac.uk/anthropology or www.facebook.com/DiscoverDurhamAnthropology
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 doctoral candidate in cultural anthropology with a strong interest in youth culture and social movements. My research focuses on the student movement in South Korea, historically and presently. I am also interested in the study of the Internet, political economy, power and neoliberalism.
I am an archaeologist with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation. I locate and record archaeological sites in the vicinity of transportation projects in order to help the department maintain and improve roadways and bridges while preserving important cultural resources.
I am an applied anthropologist and ethnographer. I generally work with Native American tribes. I study fisheries, subsistence, and traditional cultural properties. I am most passionate about the retention and transmission of cultural practices, including language.