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 am an archaeologist who has been working in the lower Southeast for the past 12 years, mainly Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida. My specialties are lithics, spatial analysis, coastal shell middens, and bone tools.
I am a cultural anthropologist with over 25 years fieldwork experience in rural Haiti. My research initially focused on land tenure and agroforestry, and now includes Haitian émigrés in the U.S. and Canada. I am a Professor of Anthropology at a Community College in N.J.
I am a cultural anthropologist interested in food and cooking. I have been exploring the connection of food to people's deeply-held memories, and the role of taste in the cultural meanings given to food. I currently do research on the island of Kalymnos in Greece on changing daily cooking practices.
My research focuses on breastfeeding/weaning from cross-cultural and evolutionary perspectives. I teach at the University of Delaware, and am most widely known as the author of Dancing Skeletons (about Mali) and Cultural Anthropology and Human Experience.
I am current a PhD student working in the field of Near Eastern Archaeology. I have worked at a small site in southern Israel. I am currently studying household archaeology in the Iron Age II in Israel.
I am a doctoral student in the cultural anthropology program at Rutgers University. For my dissertation, I am conducting research on the intersection of race, identity, and ritual embodiment among Muslims in the San Francisco Bay Area. Research interests: race, religion, Islam, linguistic anthro.