- Anthropology informs and contextualises current political and social issues of inequality and discrimination, human security and environmental sustainability. Build knowledge of cultural diversity and develop analytical skills to understand similarities and differences within and between human societies.
- Develop skills in cultural analysis, critical thinking, and communication to examine critical questions about some of society’s most pressing issues, such as religious and cultural conflict, gender discrimination, racism, food security and other social inequalities.
- Anthropology is an integral part of UniSQ’s archaeology and heritage expertise, equipping you to effectively tackle new community-driven approaches to heritage and archaeology.
- Practice key methods of ethnography, undertake specialised courses in religion and medical anthropology, and gain the opportunity to experience hands-on and applied work in museum and heritage studies.