Disciplines

Anthropology
Anthropology is the study of cultural differences and similarities in a globalised world. As a field of study anthropology is uniquely placed to interpret the widest range of contemporary social phenomena — from migration to religious fundamentalism...
Archaeology
Archaeology is the study of past human activities emphasising interpretations of material evidence. By excavating the physical remains of people, the places they lived, and the objects they made and used, archaeologists gain knowledge of human...
Biological Anthropology
Biological Anthropology is the branch of anthropology that seeks to understand humans in an evolutionary context. It takes a multi-disciplinary approach to understanding human origins and behaviour and encompasses subjects such as primatology,...
Development Studies
 The School of Archaeology and Anthropology contributes to the teaching of Development Studies across the ANU through an undergraduate program offering a specialist Bachelor of Development Studies degree. The core courses are taught within the...
Heritage and Museum Studies
Heritage and Museum Studies at the ANU draws together two related areas of study, cultural and natural heritage and museums and collections. These areas examine, contribute to, and theorise the processes by which heritage is produced and consumed....

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