The Anthropology majors explore the multifaceted dimensions of human societies as a means to understand human behavior, social interactions and institutional structures in all their diversity. At HWS, students are given the opportunity to study these disciplines together to better appreciate the human experience.


Virtual Conversation with Author Carrie Firestone '92

Carrie Firestone Virtual TalkWriter, teacher and community builder Carrie Lenarcic Firestone '92 will lead a virtual author talk for the Hobart and William Smith community on Thursday, July 16. A general writing discussion…
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Herons Named Scholar-Athletes

WS Rowing-1047Full SizeSix members of the William Smith College rowing team were recently named Scholar-Athletes by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association. It’s the most Herons honored by the CRCA since six were…
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HWS Alums Awarded Excellence in Education Awards

success-charter-schoolEducators Alta Markley '17 and Alexandra Belden '15 have received the Success Academy's Excellence in Education Awards for their work as teachers with the charter school network. Markley, a First…
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Linden '20 Named Peace Corps Volunteer to Morocco

Linden-2-duWilliam Smith College senior rower Annika Linden was recently accepted into the Peace Corps. The Sherborn, Mass., native was assigned to the youth development program in Morocco. An anthropology major, Linden became…
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Time Magazine Interviews Annear on Face Masks

Annear-Chris-headshotIn a Time magazine article, Associate Professor of Anthropology Christopher Annear discusses some of the underlying motivations people have to wear face masks as states begin to reopen from COVID-19…
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