The UdeM Department of Anthropology is the only one in Quebec to cover all 4 sub-disciplines of anthropology, i.e. biological anthropology, ethnology, linguistic anthropology and archaeology. It boasts a long tradition of excellence in these fields.
The Department's collections (in French), comprising over 3,750 objects, represent an asset for students, giving them a chance to handle and gain analysis training with archaeological artifacts, casts of hominid bones, faunal remains, and the material culture of different populations.
For the complete list of our experts, see the Department directory.
Alphabetical sort of the directory
- Access to justice
- Aging baby boomers
- Algonquins and Anicinabek
- Ancient Mesoamerica
- Anthropologie de l'Afrique du Nord et du Moyen-Orient
- Anthropology of health
- Anthropology of medicine
- Anthropology of the elderly and aging
- Applied medical anthropology
- Archaeological heritage
- Archéologie numérique
- Archéologie publique