Shalinsky Anthropology The department of Anthropology promotes the understanding of humankind from an integrated, holistic approach which examines past, present and future trends in cultural, biological and linguistic diversity and uniformity. Though the department serves undergraduate and graduate majors who will become professional anthropologists or will pursue other related careers, it also provides information to a large number of non-majors and to the larger community regarding cross-cultural issues. Furthermore, because of its commitment to the four field approach including biological anthropology, archaeology, cultural anthropology and linguistic anthropology, the department fosters among its students an awareness of the interrelatedness of scientific concepts, methods and theories, and the humanistic foundation of scientific inquiry. The Department of Anthropology prepares its students both to understand the cultural resources of Wyoming and to participate as informed citizens in an increasingly complex global community.
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Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore. War and Imperialism in Middle Horizon Peru. The Capital of the Hittites. Oxford University Press, New York. The internal structure of Tenochtitlan.
In The Valley of Mexico, ed. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. The pre-industrial city in Roman Britain. In Theoretical Roman Archaeology: First Conference Proceedings, ed. Spanish City Planning in North America.
An Alternative Model for the Classical City. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. The Town Planning of Vijayanagara. Art and Archaeology Research Papers Interpreting the plan of a medieval Hindu capital: When is a City-State?
In The Archaeology of City-States: Cross-Cultural Approaches, edited by D. University of Texas Press, Austin. Yale University Press, New Haven. State settlements in Tawantinsuyu: A Strategy of compulsory urbanism.
In Contemporary Archaeology, ed. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale. An Inca City and Its Hinterland. Thames and Hudson, London. The city of Rome: From Republic to Empire. Journal of Roman Studies A computerized architectural and topographical survey of Ancient Corinth.
Journal of Field Archaeology Monumentality and Mobility in Mughal Capitals. In Landscapes of Power, edited by K. Special issue of Asian Perspectives Dimensions of Imperial Control: Free Press, New York. The Ancient Roman City.Anthropological Papers, no. Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan.
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The Prehistoric Animal ecology and ethnozoology of the upper Great Lakes Region, University of Michigan, Museum of Anthropology, Anthropological Papers, No. Hoffman, Walter J.
Since , the University of Michigan Museum of Anthropological Archaeology (formerly the Museum of Anthropology) has been publishing academic books that feature excellent scholarship, meticulous research, and innovative interpretation.
We continue this tradition today, publishing data-rich monographs on the archaeology and ethnology of North America, Latin America, Africa, Asia, and Europe.
The University of Michigan-Dearborn Bachelor of Arts Degree in Anthropology prepares students for graduate work in anthropology, museum studies, and other social science fields. Anthropology is both conducting university-level research projects, papers, and other reasearch assignments.
Students will learn important research skills.