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The teaching of anthropology was introduced in the late 1950s within the Department of Philosophy and Psychology. In 1963 the joint Department of Sociology and Anthropology was established, and by 1966 two separate departments were formed. The Department's personnel, facilities, teaching function, and research emphasis are organized around four programs: 1. archaeology and paleoenvironmental studies; 2. physical anthropology and primatology; 3. culture contact, development and world problems; 4. symbolic, linguistic and cognitive analysis (PACCR, 1986). Chairs: 1966-1970 Charles S. Brant; 1967-1968 Harold Barclay (Acting); 1971-1975 Henry T. Lewis; 1975-1978 C. Roderick Wilson; 1978-1981 Clifford G. Hickey; 1981-1982 Michael Asch (Acting); 1982-1986 Michael Asch; 1986- Henry T. Lewis; 1990- David Lubell .