Anthropology is relevant to everyday life. It is an exploration of human diversity, both cultural and biological. These essays and conversations explore how anthropological insights help us bring clarity to our everyday struggles, laugh at our own cultural mishaps, and find meaning when we need it most.
Anthropology has the power to transform us, to unlock our assumptions about everything: parenting, politics, gender, race, food, economics, and so much more, revealing new possibilities and answers to our social and personal challenges.
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“The short version is that anthropology is the study of human diversity. That’s what’s brilliant about the field—you can take that curiosity about humans in any direction.”
Want to know more about Anthropology? Click here: So What Exactly is Anthropology?
For more about the author, click here: Dr. Carie Little Hersh