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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2017 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Anthropology 070  
Graduate School-New Brunswick
Anthropology 070

Degree Programs Offered: Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy

Director of Graduate Program: Professor Daniel Goldstein, Ruth Adams Building, Douglass Campus (848-932-9210)


Members of the Graduate Faculty

Ousseina Alidou, Associate Professor of Africana Studies, SAS; Ph.D., Indiana
Sociolinguistics, gender, agency, cultural politics, literacy; Niger, West Africa

Ulla Dalum Berg, Assistant Professor of Latino and Caribbean Studies and Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., New York
Cultural anthropology, anthropology of media, visual anthropology, ethnographic filmmaking, ritual and performance, migration studies, transnationalism and globalization; Peru, United States; multisited research

Yarimar Bonilla, Associate Professor of Latino and Caribbean Studies and Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., Chicago
Political and historical anthropology; Caribbean; France

Dan Cabanes, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., Rovira i Virgili (Spain)
Human microarchaeology; Old World

Susan M. Cachel, Professor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., Chicago
Physical anthropology; human and nonhuman primate evolution; evolutionary theory; morphology

Lee Cronk, Professor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., Northwestern
Human behavioral ecology and human evolutionary ecology; Africa, Caribbean

Craig S. Feibel, Professor of Anthropology and Geological Sciences, SAS; Ph.D., Utah
Geological context of fossil and archaeological sites, paleoenvironments and paleoecology, microstratigraphy, geochronology; Africa

Robin Fox, University Professor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., London
Kinship and marriage, evolution of behavior, social theory; North America, Northwestern Europe

Parvis Ghassem-Fachandi, Associate Professor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., Cornell Sociocultural anthropology, violence and conflict, transnationalism, religion and ritual, sacrifice and renunciation, symbolic anthropology, psychoanalysis, religious and ethnic identification, social theory; Gujarat, South Asia, United States, Europe

Daniel M. Goldstein, Professor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., Arizona
Urban anthropology, political and legal anthropology, violence and crime, democracy, human rights, globalization, cultural performance, indigenous peoples and the state; Latin America, the Andes

Peter J. Guarnaccia, Professor of Human Ecology, SEBS; Ph.D., Connecticut
Medical anthropology, Latinos in the United States, cross-cultural psychiatry, anthropology and epidemiology, cultural competence; Puerto Rico, Mexico

Angelique Haugerud, Associate Professor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., Northwestern Globalization, cultural politics, democracy, economic neoliberalism, social movements, political and economic anthropology, land tenure, political ecology; Africa, United States

Dorothy L. Hodgson, Professor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., Michigan
Cultural anthropology, gender, ethnicity, colonialism, missionization, indigenous rights, pastoralism, transnationalism, social movements, methods; Africa

David M. Hughes, Professor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
Environmental anthropology, race, whiteness, landscape, conservation; Southern Africa, Trinidad and Tobago

Walton R. Johnson, Professor of Africana Studies, SAS; Ph.D., London
Cultural anthropology, race relations, religion; Southern Africa

Frances E. Mascia-Lees, Professor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., SUNY (Albany)
Body/embodiment, consumer culture, politics and aesthetics, phenomenologies of capitalism, cultural politics, critical ethnography and ethnographic writing, cultural representation, gender/race/difference and global inequalities, culture and desire, history and theory of anthropology; United States

Pamela McElwee, Associate Professor of Human Ecology, SEBS; Ph.D., Yale
Biodiversity; conservation; climate change; environmental change; political ecology

Ryne A. Palombit, Associate Professor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., California (Davis)
Evolution and ecology of primate social behavior, sexual conflict, male-female social relationships, infanticide, monogamy, sexual selection, baboons and gibbons

Louisa Schein, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Women's and Gender Studies, SAS; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
Cultural politics, ethnicity, nationalism and transnationalism, diaspora, gender and sexuality, representation, media, postcoloniality, postsocialism; China, Asian American, United States

Carmel Schrire, Professor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., Australian National
Prehistory, historical archaeology, human ecology, hunter-gatherers; Australia, Southern Africa

Becky Schulties, Assistant Professsor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., Arizona
Linguistic anthropology; media and language ideologies; multilingualism; literacy; Morocco, Lebanon

Robert S. Scott, Associate Professor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., Texas (Austin)
Paleoecology; hominid evolution; dental microwear and dietary reconstruction; Eurasian hominids; Turkey, Hungary, China

Nina Siulc, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., New York
Migration citizenship; crime; violence; youth; urban, political, and legal anthropology

Paola Tartakoff, Associate Professor of Jewish Studies and History, SAS; Ph.D., Columbia
Medieval Jewish history; Jewish-Christian relations; medieval and early modern Iberia

Robert Trivers, Professor of Anthropology and Biological Sciences, SAS; Ph.D., Harvard
Social evolution, evolutionary genetics of selfish elements, deception and self-deception, symmetry in human beings; Jamaica

Erin Vogel, Associate Professor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., Stony Brook
Food acquisition and diet selection in nonhuman primates

Associate Members of the Graduate Faculty

Aldo Civico, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, FAS-N; Ph.D., Columbia
Violence; paramilitary groups; Colombia

Hylke De Jong, Instructor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., Bristol (UK)
Isotopic perspectives on archaeology and anthropology

R. Brian Ferguson, Professor of Anthropology, FAS-N; Ph.D., Columbia
War, policing, contemporary "ethnic conflict," state-tribe interaction, historical ecology; lowland South America, Puerto Rico

Alex Hinton, Professor of Anthropology, FAS-N; Ph.D., Emory
Violence, genocide, globalization, emotion, and identity; Cambodia, Southeast Asia

Isaias Rojas-Pérez, Associate Professor of Anthropology, FAS-N; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins
Legal anthropology; anthropology of violence; human rights; Latin America

Pilar K. Rau, Teaching Instructor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., New York
Indigeneity, visual culture, and language; Latin America; Andes

Kathleen C. Riley, Teaching Instructor of Anthropology, SAS; Ph.D., CUNY
Linguistic and cultural anthropology; language socialization, foodways, and gender

Genese Sodikoff, Associate Professor of Anthropology, FAS-N; Ph.D., Michigan
International development, environmental protection; Africa

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