Research in anthropology
Areas of research
Graduate student research
Our graduate students participate in on-going research in the areas of cultural, biological, archaeological, and linguistic anthropology.
Gordon L. Grosscup Museum of Anthropology
The Grosscup Museum trains university students in the activities of preservation, research, interpretation, and exhibition of material culture for the benefit and enrichment of the local community.
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Material Cultures Lab
Gathered during ethnographic fieldwork by Guérin C. Montilus, Ph.D., the Material Culture Lab contains various secular and religious objects and artworks from Benin, Nigeria, Haiti, Cuba, and Brazil, among others.
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Wayne State Humanities Clinic
The Humanities Clinic brings humanities and social science expertise to communities throughout Detroit. The mission of the Clinic is to prepare Ph.D. students for meaningful and diverse careers while supporting local businesses and non-profits.
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