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Anthropology
The exciting field of anthropology includes the study of human experience from all perspectives. Anthropologists study cultural communities here in the Bay Area, cultural communities from the distant past and everyone in between. At Mills College, we focus on cultural anthropology as a tool for social change. We offer a variety of anthropology courses including, Urban Anthropology, Magic, Witchcraft and Religion, Queer Ethnography, Public Interest Anthropology, and more. For more information on studying anthropology at Mills College, please contact Professor Maggie Hunter or Professor Dan Ryan.
Last Updated: 5/9/16