Graduates of Brown’s doctoral program in Anthropology are now in academic and professional positions in institutions across the world. See below for a list of our students and their interests.
Nicholas P. Carter
Ph.D. 2014: Kingship and Collapse: Inequality and Identity in the Terminal Classic Southern Maya Lowlands.
Kendra C. Fehrer
Ph.D. 2014: Generation Chavez: Participation and Citizenship in Post-Neoliberal Venezuela.
Ph.D. 2014: Yoga's Dis/Union: Class Relations, Social Mobility, and Self-Care in Mexico City.
Kristin J. Skrabut
Ph.D. 2014: Extreme Lives: The Unruly Domestication of Peruvian Poverty.
Stacey L. Vanderhurst
Ph.D. 2014: Sheltered Lives: God, Sex, and Mobility in Nigeria's Counter-Trafficking Programs.
Ph.D. 2013: The First Maya “Collapse”: The End of the Preclassic Period at El Palmar, Petén, Guatemala.
Ph.D. 2012: The Culture of Construction: Architectural Technology and Building Practices of the Classic Period Maya.
Ph.D. 2012: Emerald Pub to Silver Saloon: Building an Irish Saloon Community in the American Mining West.
Ph.D. 2011: Towards an Archaeology of Descent: Spatial Practice and Communities of Shared Experience in Mi’kma’ki.
Ph.D. 2010: Rooted in Movement: Spatial Practices and Community Persistence in Native Southwestern New England.
Ph.D. 2008: Buying into It: Propaganda, Consumerism, and the American Revolution in Southeastern Connecticut.
Ph.D. 2008: Chuckwalla and the Belligerent Burro: Timbisha Shoshone, Miners, and the Footprints of Dispossession in the Panamints.