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Ray Ruppe became the first chair of Anthropology and Sociology in the fall of 1960. The Department's focus is on research in archaeology, physical anthropology, socio-cultural anthropology, and linguistics in a state rich with cultural and physical opportunities.

For more information about today's School of Human Evolution and Social Change, please visit: http://shesc.asu.edu

Anthropology Department 
archaeological dig, Tempe, Arizona, 1970
Anthropology Department
ASU Archaeologists Karin Halvorson (l.) and Susan Mueller (r.)
dig while Patricia Brown studies charts, 10 miles north of Sun City along Agua Fria river.
Archeology Program (ASU); Tempe, Arizona
ASUD A562 #1

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