• Eunice Blavascunas

    Eunice Blavascunas

    Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Environmental Studies (Ph.D. University of California, Santa Cruz 2008)

    Specialties: Environmental Anthropology, Environmental History, Science Technology Studies, Political Ecology, Sustainability, Animal Studies, Postsocialist Anthropology, Forest and Conservation Management, Peasant Studies

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  • Rachel George

    Rachel George

    Assistant Professor of Anthropology (Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles 2014)

    Specialties: Cultural anthropology, linguistic anthropology, ethnographic methods, and the anthropology of digital media.

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  • Charles F. McKhann

    Professor (Ph.D. University of Chicago 1992)

    Specialties: Anthropology and history, ethnicity, kinship and social organization, anthropology of religion; China, Tibeto-Burman peoples.

  • Suzanne Morrissey

    Suzanne Morrissey

    Associate Professor (Ph.D. Syracuse University 2006)

    Specialties: Medical Anthropology, Urban Studies, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Women’s Health, HIV/AIDS, Health Services Research, Program Evaluation Studies; North America.

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  • Jason Pribilsky

    Jason Pribilsky

    Professor (Ph.D. Syracuse University 2003)

    Specialties: Ecuadorian and Peruvian Andes; Urban United States (New York City); medical anthropology; science studies; applied anthropology; history of anthropology; ethnographic methods; migration and transnationalism; indigenous identity and activism.

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  • Gary Rollefson

    Gary Rollefson

    Professor Emeritus and Research Associate, Anthropology, Whitman College and Professor Emeritus, Anthropology, San Diego State University

    Specialties: Near Eastern prehistoric archeology, prehistoric religion; Jordan, Saudi Arabia.

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  • Stan Thayne

    Stan Thayne

    Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion and Politics

    Specialties: Religion in American Indian nations, ethnography, settler colonial studies, Native American and Indigenous Studies, anthropology and religion, borderlands, diaspora, religion and the environment.

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