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Bridging the divide between any culture’s history and current events cannot be fully understood from a single vantage point. Taking your anthropology studies abroad means starting a personal journey of discovery into what is true about a culture. It gives you the chance to see how people in other cultures translate local history and meanings to shape their current world.

Things you can do abroad as an anthropology major:

  • Explore the social and cultural phenomenon and everyday practices that define a culture
  • Hone your ethnographic skills by observing and participating in local culture, or discover the symbolic meanings of artifacts held in museum collections
  • Study the socio-economic impact of tourism on indigenous communities
  • Learn new perspectives on the evolution of human societies from early humans to today

Want to learn how to take your studies abroad? Review the process, talk with your advisor, then visit your campus study abroad office.

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