New Anthropology PHD Program Focused on Place, Space, and Adaptation Launching Fall 2018
The Department of Anthropology at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado is pleased to announce a new Ph.D. program with an emphasis on Place, Space, and Adaptation. This program integrates geographic perspectives and techniques with the traditional disciplinary foci of anthropology and prepares students for academic positions as well as jobs outside the academy. A MA/MS in anthropology, geography, or a related field is required to enter the program.
This innovative PhD builds on the diverse research interests of our faculty who specialize in cultural anthropology, archaeology, and biological anthropology as well as human and physical geography. The program will provide students with the conceptual expertise and skills to address research questions that:
- sit at the intersection of anthropology and geography
- apply geographic methods to anthropological questions
- critically evaluate the impact of place and space on human/ecosystem adaptation
- Due date for applications is Feb 1, 2018
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