Joint Concentration

Both Archaeology and Social Anthropology programs encourage a joint concentration with any other department that permits a joint concentration. These have included:

  • African and African-American Studies
  • Classics
  • Comparative Literature
  • Computer Science
  • Chemistry
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences
  • East Asian Languages and Cultures
  • History
  • History and Literature
  • History of Science
  • Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology
  • Human Evolutionary Biology
  • Music
  • Religion
  • Romance Languages and Literature
  • Theatre, Dance, and Media
  • Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality
  • Visual and Environmental Studies

Students wishing to pursue a joint concentration need to submit a petition for approval to the Undergraduate Program Office.

Joint Concentration Requirements

For Archaeology joint concentrators

  1. Archaeological Method and Theory. Ordinarily met with GenEd 1105 (after Fall 2019) or Anthro 1010 (prior to  Fall 2019). 
  2. ANTH 97x: Sophomore Tutorial in Archaeology
  3. ANTH 98a: Junior Tutorial in Anthropology
  4. Three additional Archaeology courses, any level
  5. One additional Archaeology course: ordinarily Research Seminar (2000-level). 

If Archaeology is the primary field, two additional courses are also required:

  1. ANTH 98a: Junior Tutorial in Anthropology
  2. ANTH 99a: Senior Tutorial in Anthropology (full-year)

For Social Anthropology joint concentrators

  1. ANTH 1610: Ethnographic Research Methods
  2. ANTH 97za:  Sophomore Tutorial in Social Anthropology
  3. ANTH 98a:  Junior Tutorial in Anthropology
  4. Two Social Anthropology courses, any level.
  5. One additional course in Anthropology.

If Social Anthropology is the primary field, three additional courses are required:

  1. One Social Anthropology course, any level
  2. One additional course in Anthropology
  3. ANTH 99: Senior Tutorial (full-year)

For further information and advising about joint concentration possibilities with Anthropology, please contact the Undergraduate Program Office.