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Making the world safe for human diversity for over a century.


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The study of humanity

Asking questions…

Why did some societies shift to a grain based diet? What happens when a government prevents an endangered language from being spoken in public? How do long-term disasters affect human health? Beloit Anthropology trains students to embrace the connections between human history, culture, and biology.

And finding solutions.

Integrate perspectives from the social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences. Use that understanding to tackle social problems, empower communities, and confront challenges to our environment.

Alyssa Boge (’10) appointed Curator of Education and Exhibits at Grace Hudson Museum

Congratulations to Alyssa Boge (’10) who was recently appointed by the Grace Hudson Musuem (Ukiah, California) to be their Curator of Education and Exhibits! 

Beloit College Anthropology Professor Shannon Fie helps answer a question asked by Beloit College student Brock Bidwell during Fie’s physical assessment assignment activity aimed at raising awareness of the indigenous burial mounds on the Beloit Colleg campus

Beloit Anthropology faculty and students raise awareness about the campus burial mounds

Associate Professor of Anthropology Dr. Shannon Fie guides students through lessons about the campus burial mounds using innovative and culturally respectful approaches. 


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