Anthropology is the study of human being, and human diversity. Anthropologists study human cultural and biological diversity in the contemporary world as well as in the past, through the holistic integration of both scientific and humanistic disciplines.

Collected here are honors theses produced by students in the Department of Anthropology at the College at Brockport.


Theses from 2019


Saddle Sore: Skeletal Occupational Markers of Habitual Horseback Riding, Jolene Zaia

Theses from 2016


A Pathological Study from Humayma, Emily Deeb

Theses from 2013


The Story of How the World Began: An Anthropological Analysis of Creation Mythology, Shauna Lea Strnad

Theses from 2012


Rescuing Girlhood from Sexual Slavery: A New Approach for Prevention of Sexual Slavery in Nepal, Ashley Greenman