Cultural Anthropology By Paul G. Hiebert, Cultural anthropology What Is Cultural Anthropology Cultural Anthropology Anthropology is the scientific study of humans and their cultural, social, biological, and environmental aspects of life in the past and the present Cultural anthropology is one of four areas of study in the broader field of anthropology archeology, physical or biological anthropology, and Cultural anthropology Britannica Cultural anthropology, a major division of anthropology that deals with the study of culture in all of its aspects and that uses the methods, concepts, and data of archaeology, ethnography and ethnology, folklore, and linguistics in its descriptions and analyses of the diverse peoples of the world. Definition and scope Etymologically, anthropology is the science of humans. Cultural Anthropology Definition of Cultural Cultural anthropology definition is anthropology that deals with human culture especially with respect to social structure, language, law, politics, religion, magic, art, and technology. Society for Cultural Anthropology Cultural Anthropology Established in , the peer reviewed journal of the SCA has expanded the boundaries of the discipline and brokered new engagements with adjacent fields Committed to innovation in scholarly communication, the journal went open access in View Current Issue What is Cultural Anthropology Duke Cultural Anthropology Anthropology is the study of the human as at once an individual, a product of society, and a maker of history and culture It s the nature of the human condition to live within structures of symbol, belief, and power of our own fashioning religion, art, gender, war, ecosystems, race relations, embodiment, kinship, science, colonialism, language, nations and states, play,
This introduction to the field of cultural anthropology from a Christian perspective exposes students to the excitement and significance of human history and culture.