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Anthropology brings a global comparative and very broad perspective to the study of human beings, exploring an enormous range of similarities and differences in time
and space.

The field is linked through its subdisciplines (i.e. Archaeology, Social Anthropology, Linguistic, Medical, Sensory Ethnography and Applied Anthropology) to many other fields in the social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences.

At Harvard, the Anthropology Department is divided into two programs, each concerned with one of the main branches of Anthropology: Archaeology and Social Anthropology (see the Graduate and Undergraduate program areas).

Peabody Museum
Department of Anthropology
Harvard University
11 Divinity Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 495-5820
f (617) 496-8041

In the Peabody Museum you will find:
• Archaeology Program Faculty Offices
• Archaeology Program Support Office (PM58C)
• Archaeology Program Graduate Student Offices
• Research Labs and Classrooms
• Chair's Office (PM30A)
• Department Administration
Main Office (PM30A)

Tozzer Anthropology Building
Department of Anthropology
Harvard University
21 Divinity Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 496-4454
f (617) 496-8355

In the Tozzer Anthropology Building you will find:
• Social Anthropology Program Faculty Offices
• Social Anthropology Program Support Office (205 A)
• Social Anthropology Graduate Student Offices
• Undergraduate Program Office (103 B)
• Graduate Program Office (103 A)
• Classrooms
• The Atrium

Vanserg Building
Department of Anthropology
Harvard University
Cambridge, MA 02138

In the Vanserg Building you will find:
• The Sensory Ethnography Lab
• Graduate Student Offices
• Classrooms and Research Offices

Department of Anthropology, Peabody Museum, 11 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
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