Anthropology is committed to the comparative and historical study of humankind. It is the broadest in scope and the most methodologically diverse of the social sciences. The UAB program includes all four anthropological subfields — biological anthropology, cultural anthropology, archaeology, and linguistics. You may take classes from:

Dr. Lori Cormier

lcormier@uab.edu
(205) 934-5634
Areas of Specialization:
Historical ecology, ethnoprimatology, medical anthropology, and disaster preparedness with work with indigenous Amazonians (Awá-Guajá), Native Americans (Navajo, Choctaw), Lau Fijians, and US populations

Dr. Douglas P. Fry

dfry@uab.edu
(205) 934-3508
Areas of Specialization:
Anthropology of war and peace, conflict resolution, nonviolence, human rights

Dr. Chris Kyle

kyle@uab.edu
(205) 934-5634
Areas of Specialization: Political economy of contemporary Latin America, especially Mexico Historical anthropology of Mexico