Binghamton University Anthropology
An evolving discipline: Evolutionary medicine brings together biological anthropology and public health
An evolutionary arms race churns away under your skin — sometimes quietly and unnoticed, other times with the ferocity of an embattled immune system repelling the invader.
The Department of Anthropology joins other departments, organizations, and student groups in the Binghamton University community in condemning all incidents of violence towards people of Asian and Pacific Island descent, which recently gained national attention with the killing of six Asian American women, as well as two other victims, in Atlanta, Georgia on March 16, 2021. We acknowledge that these are only the most recent and visible examples of the impact misogyny, sexism, anti-Asian racism, and white supremacy have long had and continue to have on American life.
Binghamton's Anthropology Department offers undergraduate and graduate students an unparalleled education through its comprehensive curriculum that promotes an understanding of the variety of past and present human groups, the cultures and societies people create, the processes that animate cultural production and social life, and the processes that underlie human biological development and change. Students learn and apply the research methods and theoretical constructs used by anthropologists to investigate peoples and their social worlds. We offer programs in four anthropological subfields; archaeology, biological anthropology, linguistic anthropology and sociocultural anthropology.
5 Years. 2 Degrees. Finish Faster.
Our 4+1 degree programs allows eligible students to graduate with a BA or BS in Anthropology along with an MA in Anthropology or an MS in Biomedical Anthropology in just five years!