“Anthropology is the most humanistic of the sciences and the most scientific of the humanities” – Alfred L. Kroeber
The Department of Anthropology houses a diverse faculty that includes cultural anthropologists, archaeologists, biological anthropologists, and geographers whose scholarship spans the breadth of human experience. The discipline of anthropology is concerned with the human condition as well as the structure of the social, environmental, political and economic contexts within which humans operate. Thus, anthropology is both varied and integrative, drawing from geography, biology, humanities, and other social and natural sciences. The anthropology and geography faculty at CSU conduct research from all over the world.
The CSU Department of Anthropology is adding two new courses for students in Spring 2015. Students can start registering for Heritage Resource Management (HIST/ANTH478) and Anthropology Perspectives: Evolution & Society (ANTH380) now.
Eighty years ago, a Smithsonian archaeologist visited northern Colorado to investigate evidence of an ancient bison-hunting culture. What he found here forever changed our understanding of the first peoples of North America. In honor of this profound discovery, the City of Fort Collins Natural Areas Department and the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery is hosting a symposium entitled Lindenmeier: Ancient Lives, Ancient Dreams.
Experts on the area, including Dr. Jason LaBelle, and a number of CSU alumni, will be speaking at this not-to-be-missed symposium. (October 19-22, 2014)
The CSU Anthropology Department is proud to present Dr. April Nowell (University of Victoria), who will be giving a talk on Venus figurines. RSVP now.
The department of anthropology is proud to host Dr. Alyssa Crittendon for a brown bag lecture on October 8th at the Lory Student Center (Room 376-378) from 12:00-1:00PM.
The talk is entitled “Hunter Gatherer Diet Composition: How the Hadza of Tanzania Can Inform Our Understanding of the Evolution of the Human Diet”