Nadje Al-Ali Robert Family Professor of International Studies and Professor of Anthropology and Middle East Studies [email protected] gender studies, feminist activism, war and conflict, migration and diaspora, Middle East
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
Lina Fruzzetti Professor of Anthropology [email protected] Construction of gender, life cycle rites, colonial and neo-colonialism, documentary films, India, Italy, and North East Africa
Stephen Houston Dupee Family Professor of Social Science and Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology, Director of Undergraduate Studies [email protected] Maya, kingship, writing systems, imagery and representation
Ieva Jusionyte Watson Family University Associate Professor of International Security and Anthropology [email protected] Political and legal anthropology; security; borders; crime; violence; injury and rescue; Mexico, U.S.-Mexico border.
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, affect theory, U.S.
Katherine A. Mason Vartan Gregorian Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Director of Undergraduate Community Engagement and Director of Undergraduate Research [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, Director of Graduate Admissions [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 [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, Director of Graduate Studies [email protected] medical anthropology, anthropology & population, development, political culture, Nigeria