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Archaeology

Archaeology is the study of the artifacts and other material remains of past human societies. Through this study the characteristics of past human technologies are revealed, as well as the time periods at which they existed. The archaeology program will focus on past cultures in two parts of the world: the North American Plains, and the Near East and adjacent Mediterranean regions. The application of natural science methodologies in the analysis of archaeological materials is an important part of archaeological research. For this reason, the Department offers both B.A. and B.Sc. programs. Students who plan to major in archaeology should consult the Head of the Department or the Undergraduate Advisor concerning their choice of courses.

Anthropology

Anthropology is the comprehensive study of human beings, past and present, in comparative, cross-cultural and holistic light. The Anthropology program at the University of Saskatchewan offers training that emphasizes the role of culture in human behaviour, and that exposes students to human evolutionary, environmental and language development and adaptation. The program demonstrates particular expertise in medical, environmental and applied anthropology, emphasizing Indigenous studies, globalization, the anthropology of gender, and psychological anthropology, with active research programs in local, international, urban, and Institutional contexts.

Recent News

James Waldram, Dept. of Archaeology and Anthropology, U of S Researcher Earns National Acclaim
posted November 23, 2016
Department of Archaeology and Anthropology (U of S) medical anthropologist James Waldram has been honoured with one of Canada’s most prestigious research awards. The U of S professor in the...

Department of Archaeology & Anthropology Professor Ernie Walker has been awarded the title of distinguished professor
posted October 13, 2016
Department of Archaeology & Anthropology Professor Ernie Walker has been awarded the title of distinguished professor by the University of Saskatchewan. The title, which gives lifelong...

Angela Lieverse, member of the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists, and Scientists
posted October 13, 2016
Elite Honours for four U of S researchers Angela Lieverse, Department Head and Associate Professor in Archaeology and Anthropology is one of four renowned professors and researchers from the...

Dr. James Waldram, U of S Anthropologist Shortlisted for SSHRC Impact Award
posted October 13, 2016
U of S anthropologist shortlisted for SSHRC Impact Award College of Arts & Science medical and psychological anthropologist James Waldram has made the shortlist for the 2016 Social Sciences and...

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The Department of
Archaeology & Anthropology

University of Saskatchewan
55 Campus Drive
Saskatoon, SK S7N 5B1
Canada