For her anthropology honors thesis, Jenna Rochelle '18 examined how Kenyon students' interactions with food correlate to income.
Led by Associate Professor of Anthropology Sam Pack, students research the impact of modern tourism in the Philippines.
Professor Bruce Hardy counters Neanderthal caricatures by analyzing microscopic residues on stone tools and making remarkable discoveries…
A summer science scholar studies whether microplastics are collecting in the river that flows around the Hill.
An online database helps the anthropology department share decades of detailed research from Honduras.
Claire Beckett photographs American military training camps and young recruits and also Americans who have converted to Islam.
How did anthropology major Ariana Chomitz land her dream gig in social media? She wrote the job description herself.
Bruce Hardy and a student built and tested replicas of Neanderthal spears to learn more about our much-maligned ancient cousins.
Who were the Maya? What does chimpanzee life tell us about ourselves? How do women in Botswana feel about aging? Students with wide-ranging interests and curiosities are drawn to anthropology at Kenyon for a chance to explore the diversity of the human world.