Why do people think what they think? What is the relationship between what people say and what they do? What are some of the ways that humans have developed to meet subsistence needs, organize for political action, and express shared beliefs and values?
If you are interested in these questions, consider majoring in social and cultural anthropology at Haverford College. Our students use these and other questions central to the discipline as a basis for designing and conducting their own qualitative field-based research projects. Senior anthropology majors present their research findings in public presentations and written texts. Visit us and learn more!
Inside Anthropology @ Haverford
Monday, September 8th, 2014
4:30Shades of Blackness: Race and Caste in Mexico History, Johns Hopkins UniversityShades of Blackness: Race and Caste in Mexico History, Johns Hopkins University http://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/241122 Chase Auditorium 2014-09-08T16:30:00 2014-09-08T18:00:00Distinguished Visitor Ben Vinson III, Professor of Latin American History, Johns Hopkins University