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Anthropology is the study of people. In its most general definition, anthropology is the study of humanity in its broadest possible context in space, time, and topics. Anthropology has a holistic approach, which means looking at all aspects, or the whole. The aim of anthropology is to understand the whole of human existence- both past and present, both as a biological organism and as a cultural creature.
Learn more at This is Anthropology. The site includes information about the discipline, an interactive map of anthropology projects around the world, the skills and careers anthropologists have, and how to become an anthropologist. The site is a project of the American Anthropological Association.
At LAVC, a wide variety of courses are offered in Anthropology for both general education credit and for satisfying lower division transfer requirements. All courses are UC and CSU transferable and an AA degree in Anthropology may be earned. For more information, see the College Catalog.
Rebecca Frank, Ph.D.
Office: AHS 308
Phone: (818) 778-5886
Eugene Scott, M.A.
Office: AHS 306
Phone: (818) 947-4928
Rebecca Stein, M.A., Department Chair
Office: AHS 305
Phone: (818) 947-2538