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ommunity Health, Environmental Justice and Clean Energy Environmental Conference
Anthropology faculty and students helping plan joint University of Memphis and Sierra Club “Community Health, Environmental Justice and Clean Energy” conference November 1st with keynote speaker Dr. Robert Bullard. Conference Flyer | Press Release
Graduate Student Completes Internship in Safety Training for Immigrant Dairy Workers Graduate Student Completes Internship in Safety Training for Immigrant Dairy Workers
Taylor Arnold, a master's candidate in applied medical anthropology, completed a summer internship program that provided practical experience in occupational safety at the National Farm Medicine Center (NFMC). Press Release
Ruthbeth Finerman, Chair, Department of Anthropology A Message from the Chair
Anthropology is the study of humankind. Anthropologists employ prehistoric, historic, and contemporary perspectives to explore the culture, evolution, behavior, beliefs and social organization of peoples around the world. The discipline offers a comparative understanding of lifeways around the planet and seeks strategies for improving humans' quality of life in a global context. Video

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