"When you enter into your class that will be about 18 people big, you will come face to face with a professor who most likely holds a terminal degree in their field (usually a PhD). These professors are quite literally top experts in the field that that they all so passionately teach about and we, with our small classes sizes and 9:1 student to faculty ratio, get to learn directly from them"
Check out more from a post by recent anthropology alum Chloe Serkissian '18: Faculty: They're Just Like Us! (Only with PhDs) then check out all our Faculty bios below!
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.
Associate Professor of Anthropology and Environmental StudiesMaxey Hall 324509-527-5296
Specialties: Environmental Anthropology, Environmental History, Science Technology Studies, Political Ecology, Sustainability, Animal Studies, Postsocialist Anthropology, Forest and Conservation Management, Peasant Studies
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Specialties: Medical Anthropology, Urban Studies, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Women’s Health, HIV/AIDS, Health Services Research, Program Evaluation Studies; North America.
Lecturer of Anthropology, Environmental Studies and ReligionMaxey Hall 123509-527-5175
Specialties: Religion in American Indian nations, ethnography, settler colonial studies, Native American and Indigenous Studies, anthropology and religion, borderlands, diaspora, religion and the environment.
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.