(PhD Johns Hopkins 2005; Assistant Professor; associated faculty in the Divinity School) Anthropology of religion, Islam, law, colonial power; Middle East, Egypt.
(PhD, NYU, 2004; Assistant Professor) Sociocultural anthropology; globalization and transnational processes, mobility and migration, economy and value, ritual life, material culture, media and technology, state regulatory regimes; China. (On leave 2012-2013)
(PhD U Michigan 2003; Associate Professor) Historical anthropology of the Americas, archaeology of modernity, informal economies, gender and sexuality, aesthetics, colonialism and capitalism, death and disaster, temporality.
(PhD UC Berkeley 1990; Professor; associated faculty in Classics; member, Program on the Ancient Mediterranean World) Archaeology and ethnoarchaeology, colonialism and postcoloniality, material culture theory, consumption, food and alcohol, architecture and urban landscapes, economic anthropology, migration and diaspora, memory, identity politics, Celticism, science studies, ethnomusicology; Europe, Africa.
(PhD Columbia U 2008; Assistant Professor) Urban anthropology, youth culture, capitalism and labor, mass media, new media and virtual social networks, cinema, computer-mediated communication and human-computer interaction; Japan.
(PhD U Chicago 1986; Max Palevsky Professor) Medical anthropology, anthropology of everyday life, popular culture studies, post-structural and critical theory; China. (On Leave 2012-2013)
(PhD U Pennsylvania 1962; Professor; joint appointment with Comparative Human Development) Social anthropology, psychological anthropology, primitivism, religion, tourism, museums; Native North America.
(PhD UC Berkeley 1976; Mae & Sidney G. Metzl Distinguished Service Professor ; joint appointment with Linguistics) Linguistic anthropology, politics of communication, sociolinguistics, social theory, gender, ethnicity; European studies, postsocialism.
(PhD U Chicago 1988; Professor) Social theory, capitalism, nation and decolonization, anthropology of knowledge, semiotic technologies; Fiji, India.
(PhD U Vienna 1971; George Wells Beadle Distinguished Service Professor; joint appt with Sociology) Globalization, cultural studies, economic sociology and anthropology, knowledge, science and information; Europe. (On Leave Autumn-Winter 2012-2013)
(PhD Harvard 1978; Bernard E. and Ellen C. Sunny Distinguished Service Professor and Department Chair) Archaeology and ethnohistory, preindustrial urbanism, development of agricultural systems, human environment interactions, anthropology of development; Andes, Mesoamerica, Southeast Asia.
(PhD UC San Diego 1999; Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies; Member, Committee on the Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science) Science and technology studies, anthropology of security, critical theory, mass media, political ecology; US, North America.
(PhD UC Berkeley 2000; Professor) Cultural politics of globalization, mass media, public culture and publicity, critical theory, affect and aesthetics, post-coloniality; South Asia.
(PhD University of Pennsylvania, 2010) Assistant Professor of Anthropology and of the Social Sciences in the College is a linguistic and cultural anthropologist with specializations in media (theories of film realism, reception studies), brands and counterfeiting, youth culture, gender, codeswitching; South Asia, Tamil Nadu, Inida.
(PhD UC Berkeley 1992; Neukom Family Professor) Archaeological method and theory, historical anthropology, agricultural organization and change, colonialism and imperialism, landscape history, regional analysis, intensification, archaeobotanical analysis, stable isotopes, anthropology of food; South Asia, Western North America. (On Leave 2012-2013)
(D.Phil U Munich 1989, Habilitation U Munich 1999; Professor) Sociocultural anthropology, Cuba, Afro-Caribbean religions, forms of historical consciousness, constructions of race and ethnicity, embodiment and personhood, food and cuisine, science and rationality. (On Leave 2012-2013)
(PhD, Syracuse University, 2007) Assistant Professor of Anthropology and of the Social Sciences in the College, specializes in the study of Historical anthropology/archaeology of West Africa and Atlantic World; Political landscapes; Political economy; Materiality; Temporality; Rural communities; Colonialism and postcoloniality; Material culture analysis; Survey methodology; Politics of archaeology.
(PhD UCLA 2004, JD UC Berkeley (Boalt Hall) School of Law 1996; Associate Professor) Sociocultural/Linguistic anthropology, legal discourse analysis and semiotics, anthropology of law, contemporary Native American law and politics; Hopi.
(PhD Harvard 1972; Charles F. Grey Distinguished Service Professor; joint appointment with Linguistics, Psychology & Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities) Language, semiotics of communication, culture and cognition; North America, Australia.
(PhD MIT 2002; Associate Professor) Biotechnology, capitalism, comparative ethnography, genomics, globalization, nation-state, political economy, post-colonialism, science and technology studies, subjectivity; India.
(Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies) Physical anthropology; primatology, hominoid evolution, human anatomy, paleoanthropology, history of physical anthropology; Africa.
(PhD U Michigan 2008; Assistant Professor) Archaeology, complex societies, imperialism, cross cultural interactions; China, mainland Southeast Asia.