(PhD, Princeton, 2006; Assistant Professor; Department of Comparative Human Development) Eugene Raikhel is a cultural and medical anthropologist with interests encompassing the anthropology of science, biomedicine and psychiatry; addiction and its treatment; suggestion and healing; and post-socialist transformations in Eurasia. He is particularly concerned with the circulation of new forms of knowledge and clinical intervention produced by biomedicine, neuroscience and psychiatry. He also serves as editor of Somatosphere, a collaborative academic weblog focused on medical anthropology at its intersections with cultural psychiatry, bioethics and science and technology studies.
(PhD U Chicago 1987; William Benton Professor, Department of Comparative Human Development). Linguistic anthropology, psychological anthropology, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, social theory, Mayan language and culture.
(PhD, University of Michigan; Associate Professor, School of Social Service Administration). Linguistic and sociocultural anthropology; anthropology of social work and social welfare; charisma; complex institutions; drugs; knowledge, epistemology, and expertise; personhood; psychotherapies; United States.
(PhD, Berkeley 1996, Professor, Department of Comparative Human Development, Chair, Committee on African Studies). Socio-cultural anthropology, anthropology of youth and generational change; memory and forgetting; historical anthropology; Christianity; migration, gender and sexuality; Madagascar, Africa and France.
(PhD, Stockholm University 1990; Professor, Department of Comparative Human Development). Linguistic anthropology, gender and sexuality, disability, animal studies, prostitution, Papua New Guinea, Brazil, Scandinavia.