Anthropology at IgMin Research | Science Group

Our mission is to foster interdisciplinary dialogue and accelerate the advancement of knowledge across a wide spectrum of scientific domains.


Anthropology is a diverse and comprehensive field that delves into the study of humanity, exploring our origins, cultures, societies, and interactions. This interdisciplinary discipline combines insights from social sciences, natural sciences, and humanities to understand the complexities of human evolution, behavior, language, and cultural diversity.

Anthropologists investigate topics such as cultural practices, social structures, language evolution, archaeological discoveries, and the impact of globalization. By analyzing human societies past and present, anthropologists offer insights into the development of civilizations, the dynamics of social change, and the challenges faced by diverse communities around the world.

  • Cultural anthropology
  • Archaeological anthropology
  • Linguistic anthropology
  • Biological anthropology
  • Evolutionary anthropology
  • Medical anthropology
  • Ethnography
  • Anthropology of religion
  • Anthropology of gender
  • Urban anthropology
  • Indigenous studies
  • Anthropology of migration
  • Environmental anthropology
  • Applied anthropology
  • Forensic anthropology
  • Anthropology and development
  • Anthropology and technology
  • Anthropology and globalization
  • Anthropology and education
  • Anthropology and human rights
  • Advancements in anthropological research
  • Anthropology and cultural preservation
  • Anthropology and sustainability
  • Anthropology and diversity
  • Anthropology and social justice