Department Undergrad & Grad Faculty

Ulla D. Berg

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Dan Cabanes

(Ph.D. Universitat Rovira i Vigili, Tarragona, Spain, 2009. Assistant Professor, Anthropology, SAS)  Microarchaeology, Site Formation Processes, Phytoliths, FTIR, Diagenesis, Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition, Neanderthals, Anatomically Modern Humans, Activity Areas, Urban Centres, Levantine Bronze and Iron Age; Europe, the Levant.

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Craig S. Feibel

(PhD, U Utah, 1988; Chair, Department of Anthropology, Professor Geology and Anthropology, SAS) Geological context of fossil and archaeological sites, paleoenvironments and paleoecology, microstratigraphy, geochronology; Africa

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Hylke de Jong

Hylke Linkedin(doctoraal Leiden, PhD Bristol; Teaching Instructor). Dissertation title: Subsistence plasticity: A strontium isotope perspective on subsistence through intra-tooth enamel and inter-site variation by LA-MC-ICPMS and TIMS. Interests: Bioarchaeology, Isotope geochemistry, Strontium isotope analysis, Behavioural ecology, Phenotypic plasticity, Diet.

Daniel Goldstein

(PhD, U Arizona, 1997; Professor, SAS) Political and legal anthropology, urban anthropology, critical anthropology of security, immigration, democracy, violence and crime, human rights, globalization, cultural performance, indigenous peoples and the state; Latin America, the Andes and United States.

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Dorothy L. Hodgson


(PhD, U Michigan, 1995; Professor, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for Graduate School - New Brunswick, SAS) Feminist anthropology, political and legal anthropology, historical anthropology, cultural politics, gender, ethnicity, colonialism, development, missionization, indigenous rights, pastoralism, transnationalism, social movements, ethics and politics of research; Africa.

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Pilar Rau

pilar(PhD, U New York University, 2013; Teaching Instructor) Anthropology of art and aesthetics, economic anthropology, exchange, globalization, indigeneity, language and culture, media, religion and ritual, social movements, tourism, video production, visual anthropology; Latin America, the Andes.

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Trinidad Rico

Untitled(PhD Stanford, 2011; Assistant Professor and Director of Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies, Department of Art History, Rutgers) Ethnographic heritage, risk and disasters, archaeological and heritage ethics, secrecy, Islam, South America.

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Louisa Schein

(PhD, U California-Berkeley, 1993; Associate Professor; Anthropology and Women's and Gender Studies, SAS) Cultural politics, ethnicity, critical race studies, nationalism and transnationalism, diaspora, sexuality and gender, masculinity and violence, representation, media studies and activism, documentary production, postcoloniality, postsocialism; China, US, Asian Americans, Southeast Asia, Hmong; China, Asian American, US.

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Becky L. Schulthies

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Ph.D. University of Arizona; Assistant Professor School of Arts and Sciences. Research Interests: linguistic anthropology; human-plant semiotic ideologies; Arabic graphic sensibilities; national/transnational Arab media ideologies; language ideologies and identities in Morocco; education and literacies; social media discourse; history of Arabic semiotic ideologies.

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Nina Siulc

siulcphoto1hdshotscale(PhD, NYU, 2009; Assistant Professor, Anthropology and Criminal Justice, SAS) migration, globalization, Latin America and Caribbean, urban United States, political and legal anthropology, public policy, violence and crime, punitive cultures (prisons, policing, punishment), youth and child socialization, citizenship, cultural practice, cultural performance, ethnographic film.

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Erin R. Vogel

erinvogelgwu8170_re1(PhD, Stony Brook University, 2004; Associate Professor SAS and CHES, Graduate Director, Anthropology) Primate feeding ecology, functional morphology, digestive efficiency, protein balance, and energetics, the evolution of cooperation and coalition formation; Costa Rica, Central America; Central Kalimantan and Sumatra, Indonesia.

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