You will do plenty of hands-on study, maybe even at one of the earliest archaeological sites in North America. Whether you focus on cultural anthropology or archaeology, you will emerge ready to take on a wide range of pursuits.

Lillia McEnaney '17 at the Institute for American Indian Studies.

A student zeroes in, drawn by a new museum and a focus on the U.S.

Lillia McEnaney ’17 has pursued archeology since high school and discovered Hamilton College’s program as a high school junior. She was drawn to its focus on the U.S. and Canada. Once on the Hill, McEnaney discovered a related passion – religious studies.  Her particular archaeological interest lies in the U.S. Southwest and examining designs on pueblo pottery from a scientific and religious studies perspective.

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