Combine your passion for anthropology and art history by studying human societies from great antiquity to the present. This interdisciplinary minor gives you a multicultural perspective on prehistoric, classical, and historical archaeology, with courses taught by faculty members of the expressive arts, humanities, and social sciences.

If you plan on pursuing graduate studies in archaeology, you can combine this minor with a major in anthropology or classical studies.

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Department of Anthropology

Cornell Social Sciences Building – Room 112
1000 Holt Ave. – 2761
Winter Park, FL 32789

Telephone: 407.691.1314

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  • Zack Gilmore

    Zack Gilmore, PhD

    Associate Professor of Anthropology

    Research interests: Anthropological archaeology, pre-Columbian Florida and American Southeast, shell mounds, early pottery technology and exchange

  • Robert Vander Poppen

    Robert Vander Poppen, PhD

    Associate Professor of Art History
    Coordinator, Archaeology Program

    Research interests: Ancient art and archaeology, emphasizing the negotiation of social and cultural tensions between imperial powers and native communities