AU anthropology students march in DC.

A Look Inside the Master’s in Public Anthropology

At its core, anthropology is about people. The master’s in public anthropology helps students discover ways to inspire change on the issues they care most about – and fight for justice on behalf of local and global communities.

Our program is distinguished in part by its location. DC offers a wealth of access points for students to develop their understanding of global and domestic challenges and power structures, and our students balance coursework with opportunities to immerse themselves in the DC metro area.

In this video, you’ll hear from associate professor Adrienne Pine and master’s in public anthropology graduate Becca Peixotto about how the program opens opportunities for discovery.

 

If you want to discover ways to push for change and justice, learn more about the master’s in public anthropology.

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  1. Peter says:

    I find these kind of discoveries both very interesting but at the same time terrifying. I would find it claustrophobic getting myself into the cave in search for new species! But very exciting discoveries you’ve made! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Peter says:

    Must be so fascinating to discover new species (humans) while at the same time discovering a cave! You should feel blessed. Thank you for sharing the article.

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