Nadje Al-Ali Robert Family Professor of International Studies and Professor of Anthropology and Middle East Studies, Director of Graduate Studies [email protected] gender studies, feminist activism, war and conflict, migration and diaspora, Middle East
Rebecca Louise Carter Associate Professor of Anthropology, Director of Undergraduate Studies [email protected] social and environmental vulnerability, human dwelling, placemaking, urban social transformation
Associate Professor of Anthropology, Director of Graduate Training [email protected] linguistic anthropology, music, political economy, Latin America, indigeneity, drugs and psychoactive plants, language and medicine
Matthew Gutmann Professor of Anthropology; Faculty Fellow, Watson Institute for International Studies [email protected] gender, politics, health, Latin America, China
Stephen Houston Dupee Family Professor of Social Science and Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology, Director of Undergraduate Research [email protected] Maya, kingship, writing systems, imagery and representation
Myles Lennon Dean's Assistant Professor of Environment and Society and Anthropology [email protected] Anthropology of energy, climate justice/environmental justice, environmental intersectionality and the co-production of race and nature, science and technology studies, affecttheory, U.S.
Katherine A. Mason Vartan Gregorian Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Director of Undergraduate Community Engagement [email protected] medical anthropology, public health, bioethics, reproductive health, mental illness, infectious disease, population studies, gender studies, China, U.S.
Patricia E. Rubertone Professor of Anthropology [email protected] historical archaeology, colonialism, landscape and memory, identity and representation, urban indigeneity, Native North America, Northeast
Andrew Scherer Associate Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology, Director of Graduate Admissions [email protected] archaeology, biological anthropology, political practice, war and violence, mortuary archaeology, bioarchaeology, Maya/Mesoamerica
Daniel Jordan Smith Charles C. Tillinghast, Jr. '32 Professor of International Studies, Professor of Anthropology [email protected] medical anthropology, anthropology & population, development, political culture, Nigeria