• Welcome to Junior Year in Anthropology!

    Social and cultural anthropology is the comparative study of culture and human societies. Anthropologists seek an understanding of humankind in all its diversity. This understanding is reached through the study of societies and cultures and the exploration of the general principles of social and cultural life. Social and cultural anthropology places special emphasis on comparative perspectives that challenge cultural assumptions. Many anthropologists explore problems and issues associated with the complexity of modern societies in local, regional and global contexts.

    Here is a link to the COURSE SYLLABUS for Anthro 1. 

    Here is a link to the ONLINE EXPECTATIONS for this course, detailing our use of Teams, OneNote, virtual collaboration, etc. 

    Here is a WELCOME VIDEO that gives directions for the technology and course set up. 

    All other course materials can be found on our class website through the Microsoft Teams Portal. 

    Go to, log in with your school email, and then select the "Teams" icon. Thank you!