NOTICES & ANNOUNCEMENT
Chris Ellis Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
Congratulations to Professor Emeritus Chris Ellis, deserving recipient of the James V. Wright Lifetime Achievement Award from the Ontario Archaeological Society. Read more…
Anthro Grad Program to Offer Collaborative Specialization in Transitional Justice
SGPS has recently approved the addition of Anthropology to the Collaborative Graduate Specialization in Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction. Read more…
Randa Farah on the Sahrawi of the Western Sahara
For nearly 15 years, Anthropology professor Randa Farah has tracked the Sahrawi people of the Western Sahara to better understand their lives and struggle for independence. Read more...
HELPFUL CAMPUS RESOURCES
- PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS
- PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
- GRADUATE FORMS
- THESIS SUBMISSION DEADLINES 2018
- KEY ACADEMIC DATES 2018-19
Why Choose Anthropology?
Safety in the Field & Abroad
Please refer to our Safety in the Field document for important information on personal safety, food safety, medical issues, communication plans, dealing with unexpected political turmoil and many other issues to consider when doing field research. All Western students participating in University sanctioned international activities are now required to enrol in Western's International Travel Registry. This information enables Western to monitor student safety, update students on travel advisories from the Canadian Government, and locate and provide assistance in case of an emergency overseas.For more information about conducting research abroad, please visit Western's International & Student Exchange Centre.