@robbie21 - I think it's the most identifiable subfield of anthropology (also, I think, called cultural anthropology), but there are other kinds. Archeology is also a subfield of anthropology, for one thing.
I remember taking a class in college in biological anthropology, which has a lot to do with studying how Homo sapiens evolved. Some biological anthropologists study living apes as well. (My instructor worked with gorillas.)
I also remember taking a linguistics class that was cross-listed as both anthropology and English, so I guess that's a field in anthropology, too. I'm sure there are other subfields, but those are the ones that I'm personally familiar with.