Studying anthropology and sociology (A&S) at Lafayette gives students a strong grounding in cultural difference and diversity, as well as social forms and processes on a global scale. Looking beyond the surface of human relations, students develop a keen awareness of cultural and social complexity in diverse contexts around the world.



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Student Research

The A&S Department is highly supportive of student research through coursework, independent studies, EXCEL Scholars projects, and senior theses.

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Courses introduce you to the themes of anthropology, sociology, and their focus on theory and methodology

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