Mengüşoğlu founded a new school of anthropology, which he called ontological anthropology.
Modern anthropology is typically divided into four sub-fields: social anthropology or cultural anthropology, biological anthropology, linguistic anthropology, and archaeology.
"General Anthropology" is an anthropology journal edited by Dave McCurdy and Patricia C.
Oubré earned her M.A. in anthropology and a Ph.D. in anthropology and medical anthropology from UC Berkeley.
Subject coverage is cultural anthropology/social anthropology, physical anthropology, archaeology and linguistics.
The four main subfields of anthropology include cultural, linguistic, archeology, and biological/physical. Sometimes applied anthropology and public anthropology are added as additional subfields.
Klaatsch changed the way anthropology was taught. His life revolved around anatomy and anthropology. He made many important discoveries and changed the way people looked at anthropology.
As an important Pan-African intellectual, he studied African history and anthropology.
Disability anthropology is the combined subdisciplines of anthropology that focus their research on disability studies within the domain of culture.
After 1989 he introduces the concept of the anthropology of the political (political anthropology) among the Bulgarian research community, as well as anthropology of the economy (economic anthropology) and medical anthropology.
Feminist anthropology is an integrative approach to anthropology, combining the fields of biology, culture, linguistics and archaeology.
Yasmine Zaki Shahab is an anthropology lecturer at the University of Indonesia.
Stéphane Breton writes articles in anthropology and the philosophy of the social sciences ("Esprit", "L'Homme", "American Ethnologist", "Social Anthropology", "Current Anthropology").
His fields of research are urban anthropology, political anthropology, anthropology of globalization and alter-globalization.
JMU's anthropology major allows for four concentrations: general anthropology, biological anthropology, cultural anthropology, and archaeology.
He teaches several courses: Introduction to Anthropology, Anthropology of Ethnicity, Anthropology of Antiquity, Anthropology of Sexuality and others.
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