Non-Departmental Grad Faculty members

Ousseina Alidou

(PhD Indiana U; Assistant Professor of Africana Studies) Linguistics, comparative cultural studies, literacy, women's studies; Francophone Afro-Islamic Africa

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R. Brian Ferguson

(PhD Columbia, 1988; Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, Rutgers-Newark) War, policing, contemporary "ethnic conflict", state-tribe interaction, historical ecology; lowland South America, Puerto Rico (Associate Member). bfergusn@andromeda.rutgers.edu

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Peter J. Guarnaccia

(PhD U Connecticut, 1984; Post-doctoral Fellow Harvard Medical School, 1984-86; Prof, Human Ecology, SEBS; Investigator, Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research) Medical anthropology, cross-cultural psychiatry, anthropology and epidemiology, Hispanics in the US, culture change and migration; Puerto Rico, Mexico. guarnaccia@aesop.rutgers.edu

Alex Hinton

(PhD Emory 1977; Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, Rutgers-Newark) Sociocultural and psychological anthropology, genocide and political violence; culture and mind; globalization and modernity, anthropological and critical theory; Cambodia, Southeast Asia (Associate Member) ahinton@newark.rutgers.edu

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Walton Johnson

(PhD U London, 1971; Associate Professor of African Studies, SAS) Cultural anthropology, race relations, religion; Southern Africa waltonj@rci.rutgers.edu

Pamela McElwee

(PhD Yale, 2003; Associate Professor of Human Ecology, SEBS)  Environmental anthropology, political ecology, international development, climate change, conservation, nonhuman natures and multispecies ethnography, science and technology studies, Southeast Asia, Vietnam. pamela.mcelwee@rutgers.edu

Genese Sodikoff

(PhD Michigan, 2005; Associate Professor of Anthropology, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Rutgers-Newark) Environmental anthropology, human-animal relations, financialized nature, extinction, conservation, mining, zoonosis, Madagascar, Africa, US (Associate Member) sodikoff@newark.rutgers.edu

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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. trinidad.rico@rutgers.edu

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