H. Otley Beyer Museum (UP
The museum serves as the student laboratory for museology. Students work on projects in the museum management and practice setting up exhibits in the museum.
E. Arsenio Manuel Anthropological
The library is the depository of faculty publications, readings for all offered courses, M.A. and Ph.D Thesis comprehensive exams, and other books and materials related to anthropology. Through a grant from the Marcelo Tangco Fund, the Library has built a collection of Philippine publications.
Marcelo H. Tangco
Archaeology/Biological Anthropology Laboratory
The laboratory has specimens used for training in archaeology and biological anthropology.
Memorandum of Agreement with the
There has been a Memorandum of Agreement with the National Museum dating back to the late 1960's. While the department provide academic training for their personnel, the National Museum staff assist the Department in teaching field methods course in archaeology and prehistory. It also accommodates the students in actual archaeological excavations and museum laboratory training.
Visiting Professors and Researchers
Over the years, the Department has had resident and visiting professors. From the field of archaeology we have Dr. Robert Fox, Dr. William Solheim II, Dr. Warren and Jean Peterson; Dr. Bion Griffin, and Dr. William Longacre, Dr. John Robertson. Other visiting professors whose area are in cultural anthropology include Dr. Willis Sibley, Dr. Aram Yengoyan, Dr. Charles Frake, Dr. Harold Conklin and Dr. Don Hart.
The University, through the Department , extends research affiliation to anthropologists wishing to conduct field research in the Philippines. A letter of intent should be sent to the Chairperson of the department of anthropology explaining research interests and how the project will contribute to the development of anthropology in the Philippines.