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Each of these pages connects you to resources specific to the subfield. For general anthropology resources, use the
Archaeology- Explores past human societies to understand our history and its relevance today.
Cultural Anthropology- The broadest of the subfields. Studies human societies and cultures and their development across time and space.
Biological Anthropology- Investigates our biological origins, evolutionary development, genetic diversity, and how we are both similar and unique.
Linguistic Anthropology - Seeks to explain the nature of language, its evolution, and its use by humans.
Research Librarian - Social Sciences
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