Yale University’s Department of Anthropology was officially founded in 1937 and traces its origins of research and teaching to work done within the Peabody Museum of Natural History (1866) and the Institute of Human Relations (1928). The Department is home to over 30 faculty and nearly 120 graduate students and undergraduate majors.
The Chair of the Deparment of Anthropology is Douglas Rogers. The Director of Graduate Studies is Erik Harms. The Director of Undergraduate Studies is William Honeychurch. Contact information for Academic Directors can be found here.