In light of the extraordinary circumstance our graduate students face in this time of extreme uncertainty, with many of them unable to conduct the field and lab research necessary for their dissertations, we have decided to significantly limit the number of incoming students next year.  The Anthropology Doctoral Program will therefore only be accepting applications for the Archaeology and Biological Anthropology tracks for the 2021-22 academic year. We will not be accepting applications for the Cultural track. Our goal as a department is to ensure support for our current students while enabling all three of our subfield programs to flourish.  That means accepting fewer students than we normally would for this year's admissions cycle and prioritizing our smaller programs in Biological Anthropology and Archaeology. We anticipate resuming accepting applications for the Cultural track in October 2021 for the 2022-23 academic year. 

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Archaeologists to bridge the gap between the recovery of ceramic materials and their interpretation in cultural contexts. This course focuses on both the theories and techniques behind this work.