Yale’s Ph.D. Program in sociocultural/linguistic anthropology offers training in a wide variety of topics and areas that intersect on the terrains of ethnography and contemporary social and cultural theory. In addition to offering a stand-alone Ph.D., faculty in this subfield collaborate with other sociocultural anthropologists at Yale to work with students in the Combined Ph.D. Programs in Anthropology and the School of the Environment, Anthropology and African American Studies, and Anthropology and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, as well as the M.D./Ph.D. Program.
Resources and Common Connections:
Qualitative Social Science Initiative