Regular faculty

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NameAreaContact
Professor and Chair
Anthropology
Archaeology, comparative colonialism, materiality, digital heritage initiatives, Africa; Ghana
Office: COR B246B
Assistant Professor
Anthropology
Visual Anthropology, sound studies, creative practices, digital media, infrastructure, Cuba, Canada
Office: COR B330
Associate Professor
Anthropology
Family and migration, medical anthropology, gender and reproduction, HIV/AIDS, Indonesia; the Pacific and Southeast Asia
Office: COR B223
Assistant Teaching Professor
Anthropology
Economic anthropology, border studies, informal & illicit economies, cross-border trade, Mexico-U.S. Borderlands, Mexico, Yucat√°n
Office: COR B240
Professor
Anthropology
Primate ecology, lemurs, conservation, Madagascar
Leave - September 2017
Office: COR B213
Associate Professor and Undergraduate Adviser
Anthropology
Biological anthropology, skeletal biology, hominin functional anatomy
Office: COR B211A
Associate Professor
Anthropology
Archaeology, zooarchaeology, palaeoanthropology
On leave until July 2017
Office: COR B209
Associate Professor
Anthropology
Archaeology, Haida Gwaii, Salish Sea, stone tools, Northwest Coast
Office: COR B342
Assistant Professor and SJS Director
Anthropology
Sociocultural anthropology, political economy, feminism, Latin America (Brazil), poverty, housing and homelessness, politics of food and hunger
Office: COR B210
Assistant Teaching Professor
Anthropology
Archaeology, material culture, funerary rituals, gender identities, Medieval North Atlantic, Historical archaeology, Experimental archaeology, teaching and learning in undergraduate education
Office: COR B225
Assistant Professor
Anthropology
Coastal Archaeology, Historical Ecology, Northwest Coast, Zooarchaeology
Office: Cornett B246a
Associate Professor
Anthropology
Cultural anthropology, bodies and embodiment, reproduction, ultrasound imaging, children and youth, visual culture, Philippines, Canada
Office: COR B242
Professor and Graduate Adviser
Anthropology
Neanderthal, Paleolithic art and archaeology, Hominin life histories
Office: COR B340
Professor
Anthropology
HIV/AIDS; Substance use; Canada
Office: At CARBC which is located in TEF 231
Associate Professor and Honours Adviser
Anthropology
Globalization; development; religion; science and technology studies; social studies of finance; Southeast Asia
Office: COR B208
Associate Professor
Anthropology
Indigenous peoples;ethnographic mapping; place; aboriginal rights, title and governance; Coast Salish
On leave until July 2017
Office: Cornett B244
Associate Professor
Anthropology
Visual anthropology, visual culture & theory, contemporary First Nations visual culture
Office: COR B238
Associate Professor
Anthropology
Culture change, international development, Bangladesh, women's narratives
On leave
Office: COR B227