Is Indiana Jones an anthropologist?

In the U.S. archaeology, the study of past human activities through material remains, is one of the four fields of anthropology, so technically Indiana Jones might be considered an anthropologist. However, he is a very bad one. Real archaeologists are very careful to study artifacts where they are found, and often learn as much from the dirt and debris around artifacts as from the artifacts themselves. People who grab artifacts and run away with them are more typically known as looters or tomb-robbers. To learn about real archaeology, take a course or enroll in a summer archaeology field school.