I own to pay for it by myself so I involve one that is affordable...definitly nought too expensive. Does anyone know about affordable school specializing in anthro?
There are like mad of anthropology graduate programs on the West Coast. A number of the UCs (University of California campuses) have programs and in attendance is Stanford and there are a bunch more (like within some of the CSUs [Cal State Univs]) that have Masters programs. The American Anthropological Association publishes a book call the "AAA Guide" every year with a enumerate of departments and information about their programs. That's a honourable place to start. Picking a department has profusely to do with your interests.
If you find grad programs you're interested surrounded by you should contact them to ask them about the kind of financial aid they have available. I don't know around all of them but I judge most of the PhD programs will work very complicated to help "support" grad students once you're admit (whether through fellowships or TAships, etc.). You might be surprised what variety of financial aid programs you can find if you ask (and if they accept you). Good Luck!
University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB)
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