Examples from the Web for anthropology
But I jumped off the science track early, and took only one class in anthropology in college.
Richard Kurin was a 19-year-old anthropology student in India when he experienced his material culture epiphany.
Hobbes lacked the data of archaeology and anthropology to inform his theories about the dangerous nature of pre-state existence.
Beyond Baghdad the line drawn between Syria, now the property of France, and Iraq was more cartography than anthropology.
“He is in a row,” says Erin Kimmerle, an associate professor of anthropology with USF, who is leading the excavation.The Bone Collectors Get to Work at Florida’s Dozier School|Christine Pelisek|September 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Every student of biology, anatomy, anthropology, ethnology or psychology is familiar with these facts.How to Analyze People on Sight|Elsie Lincoln Benedict and Ralph Paine Benedict
This is one of the most interesting documents in anthropology.The Evolution of Old Testament Religion|W. E. Orchard
Much might reasonably be expected from the sciences of archaeology and anthropology.
Each should acquire the elements of science, not only of physics and chemistry, but also of biology and anthropology.The Wonders of Life|Ernst Haeckel
Far different from this is the view that anthropology gives us.
British Dictionary definitions for anthropology
Word Origin and History for anthropology
"science of the natural history of man," 1590s, originally especially of the relation between physiology and psychology, from Modern Latin anthropologia or coined independently in English from anthropo- + -logy. In Aristotle, anthropologos is used literally, as "speaking of man."
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Culture definitions for anthropology
The scientific study of the origin, development, and varieties of human beings and their societies, particularly so-called primitive societies.