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Anthropology is the study of human diversity in all places and at all times, addressing the most fundamental questions about human origins and human nature. Sub-fields include physical, cultural, and evolutionary anthropology; linguistics; and archaeology. Learn more about anthropology at WSU

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Anthropology is the study of human diversity in all places and at all times, addressing the most fundamental questions about human origins and human nature. Sub-fields include physical, cultural, and evolutionary anthropology; linguistics; and archaeology. Learn more about anthropology at WSU

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Anthropology is the study of human diversity in all places and at all times, addressing the most fundamental questions about human origins and human nature. Sub-fields include physical, cultural, and evolutionary anthropology; linguistics; and archaeology. Learn more about anthropology at WSU

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Anthropology is the study of human diversity in all places and at all times, addressing the most fundamental questions about human origins and human nature. Sub-fields include physical, cultural, and evolutionary anthropology; linguistics; and archaeology. Learn more about anthropology at WSU

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Anthropology is the study of human diversity in all places and at all times, addressing the most fundamental questions about human origins and human nature. Sub-fields include physical, cultural, and evolutionary anthropology; linguistics; and archaeology. Learn more about anthropology at WSU

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Daryll DeWald, dean, WSU College of Arts and Sciences
Daryll DeWald, dean

Anthropology is the study of human diversity in all places and at all times, addressing the most fundamental questions about human origins and human nature. Sub-fields include physical, cultural, and evolutionary anthropology; linguistics; and archaeology. Anthropology is the study of human diversity in all places and at all times, addressing the most fundamental questions about human origins and human nature. Sub-fields include physical, cultural, and evolutionary anthropology; linguistics; and archaeology.Anthropology is the study of human diversity in all places and at all times, addressing the most fundamental questions about human origins and human nature. Sub-fields include physical, cultural, and evolutionary anthropology; linguistics; and archaeology.Anthropology is the study of human diversity in all places and at all times, addressing the most fundamental questions about human origins and human nature. Sub-fields include physical, cultural, and evolutionary anthropology; linguistics; and archaeology.Anthropology is the study of human diversity in all places and at all times, addressing the most fundamental questions about human origins and human nature. Sub-fields include physical, cultural, and evolutionary anthropology; linguistics; and archaeology.Anthropology is the study of human diversity in all places and at all times, addressing the most fundamental questions about human origins and human nature. Sub-fields include physical, cultural, and evolutionary anthropology; linguistics; and archaeology.

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Anthropology is the study of human diversity in all places and at all times, addressing the most fundamental questions about human origins and human nature. Sub-fields include physical, cultural, and evolutionary anthropology; linguistics; and archaeology.  Learn more about anthropology at WSU