Anthropological Archaeology seeks both to understand the human past and to link this past to the world that we inhabit today.
Biological Anthropology is a scientific discipline that seeks to answer fundamental biological questions about humans, our relatives, and our ancestors.
Linguistic Anthropology looks at how speaking, singing, reading, joking, texting, arguing and so on, makes us who we are.
Sociocultural Anthropology analyzes social, cultural, political and economic life. Our research is made up of on-the-ground observation, interactions and participation, and contextual and historical inquiry.