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Anthropology is the science that deals with the origins, physical and cultural development, biological characteristics, social customs and beliefs of humankind.  Northern Lights Colleges offers a variety of anthropology courses, such as Cultural and Social Anthropology I & II, Ethnic and Race Relations, Ethnography of Canada’s First Nations Peoples, Contemporary Canadian Native Peoples and Medical Anthropology.

As anthropology is an interdisciplinary field, please also see the following Library Subject Guides for further information: First Nations, History, History- American, History - Canadian, Practical Nursing, Psychology, and Sociology.


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