Academic Building HC 212
5151 Park Avenue
Fairfield CT 06825
Anthropology is the study of human biology, society and culture from a global, holistic and comparative perspective. Sacred Heart University offers a Minor in Anthropology. The field of study examines the similarities, differences and development of human culture, behavior and biology.
The Anthropology program emphasizes the subfield of cultural anthropology and offers courses in introductory cultural anthropology, world cultures, cross cultural perspectives on health and illness, North American Indians, and urbanism and urbanization in global perspective.
Kilby to Speak on Ice Age Time Capsules
October 4, 2016
Fairfield, Conn. - Sacred Heart University's Human Journey Colloquia Series will host Dr. J. David Kilby, associate professor at Texas State University, on Friday, October 28, at 7 p.m. in the Schine Auditorium. His talk is entitled, "Ice Age Time Capsules: Clovis Caches and Pleistocene Adaptations in the Northern Hemisphere."
Kilby to Speak on Ice Age Archeology of North America
October 4, 2016
Fairfield, Conn. - Sacred Heart University's Human Journey Colloquia Series will host Dr. J. David Kilby, associate professor at Texas State University, on Thursday, October 27, at 4 p.m. in the Curtis Hall Theater. His talk is entitled, "Ice Age Archeology of North America: Historical and Current Perspectives on the First Americans."
Dr. Gerald Reid Featured on ‘That’s The Spirit’: Archdiocese of Hartford’s ORTV
June 1, 2012
Dr. Gerald Reid, professor of Anthropology at Sacred Heart University, was recently interviewed on ‘That’s the Spirit’, a program produced by the Archdiocese of Hartford’s Office of Radio and Television (ORTV), about the Native American Kateri Tekakwitha, who will be canonized in October.