Hussein Ali Agrama
(PhD, Johns Hopkins, 2005; Associate Professor; associated faculty in the Divinity School) Anthropology of religion; Islam; law; colonial power; Middle East, Egypt. (On leave Fall 2022-Winter 2023)
- Office: Haskell 238
- Phone: (773) 834-4496
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office hours: Mondays 1-3 pm. Sign up at husseinaliagrama.youcanbook.me
E. Summerson Carr
(PhD, University of Michigan, 2004; Associate Professor; joint appointment with School of Social Service Administration; associated faculty with Comparative Human Development and Gender Studies) Knowledge production and dissemination; scale; complex institutions; professional culture and practice; training and apprenticeship; therapeutic interventions and institutions; animal-human interaction; addiction and its treatment; American Pragmatism; United States. (On leave for the 2022-23 academic year)
- Office: Haskell 125 and SSA BE-5A
- Phone: (773) 834-5877
- Email: email@example.com
- Office hours: by appointment
Julie Y. Chu
(PhD, NYU, 2004; Associate Professor; associated faculty in the Divinity School) Sociocultural anthropology; globalization and transnational processes; mobility and migration; economy and value; ritual life; material culture; media and technology; state regulatory regimes; China.
- Office: Haskell 207
- Phone: (773) 702-7708
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Elisabeth S. Clemens, Department Chair
William Rainey Harper Distinguished Service Professor of Sociology and the College
(Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1990; the role of social movements and organizational innovation in political change)
- Office: Social Sciences 323
- Phone: 773-834-4746
- Email: email@example.com
Shannon Lee Dawdy
(PhD, University of Michigan, 2003; Professor) Transdisciplinary anthropology; archaeology of the contemporary; historical anthropology; cities; colonialism and capitalism; informal economies; sex; death; disaster; temporality; utopia; filmmaking; the Americas.
- Office: Haskell 202
- Phone: (773) 702-7701
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office hours: via MyCalendly
(PhD, UC Berkeley, 1990; Professor; associated faculty in Classics; member, Program on the Ancient Mediterranean World) Archaeology and ethnoarchaeology; colonialism and postcolonial studies; material culture theory; alcohol and foodways; architecture and urban landscapes; economic anthropology; migration and diasporas; heritage, memory, and identity politics; Celticism; science studies; ethnomusicology; Europe, Africa. (On leave Winter-Spring 2023)
- Office: Haskell 131
- Phone: (773) 702-7150
- Email: email@example.com
- Office hours: On Zoom, Mondays 1-3 pm or by appointment
(PhD, Columbia, 2008; Associate Professor) Technology/nature/culture; cybernetic ontologies; infrastructure and design; Japan anthropology; biomimicry; experimental ecologies; urban theory.
Virtual Office Hours Sign-up: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-ZR67dYx0UuLltdfY1wZKiWDaNuNJBqxVMIu...
- Office: Haskell M136
- Phone: (773) 702-2128
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(PhD, UC Berkeley, 1976; Mae & Sidney G. Metzl Distinguished Service Professor; Director, Center for Eastern European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (CEERES); joint appointment with Linguistics) Linguistic anthropology; politics of communication; sociolinguistics; social theory; gender; ethnicity; European studies; postsocialism.
- Office: Haskell 237
- Phone: (773) 702-2551
- Email: email@example.com
- Office hours: by appointment
Ryan Cecil Jobson
(PhD, Yale, 2017; Neubauer Family Assistant Professor) Energy; oil and gas; infrastructure; sovereignty; race; capital; historical anthropology; epistemology; Caribbean; the Americas.
- Office: Haskell 216
- Phone: (773) 834-2507
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
John D. Kelly
(PhD, University of Chicago, 1988; Christian W. Mackauer Professor) Social theory; capitalism; nation and decolonization; anthropology of knowledge; semiotic technologies; Fiji, India.
- Office: Haskell 206
- Phone: (773) 702-4333
- Email: email@example.com
Karin D. Knorr Cetina
(PhD, University of Vienna, 1971; Otto Borchert Distinguished Service Professor; Joint appointment with Sociology) Globalization; cultural studies; economic sociology and anthropology; knowledge; science and information; Europe.
- Office: Social Science 424
- Phone: (773) 834-3312
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Alan L. Kolata
(PhD, Harvard, 1978; Bernard E. and Ellen C. Sunny Distinguished Service Professor) Archaeology and ethnohistory; preindustrial urbanism; development of agricultural systems; human environment interactions; anthropology of development; Andes, Mesoamerica, Southeast Asia.
- Office: Haskell 135
- Phone: (773) 702-7729/(773) 702-7742
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(PhD, Harvard, 2012; JD, Yale, 2009; Assistant Professor; Associate Member, Law School) Law; war; empire and colonialism; race; mobility; migration; carcerality; universalism; region-formation; sovereignty; violence; security; humanitarianism; human rights; Middle East, South Asia, Balkans.
- Office: Haskell 227
- Phone: (773) 702-4001
- Email: email@example.com
- Office hours: https://tinyurl.com/darrylliofficehourspolicy [login with CNetID]
Joseph P. Masco
(PhD, UC San Diego, 1999; Professor of the Department of Anthropology) Science studies; critical theory; mass media; ecology; US, North America. (On leave 2022-23)
- Office: Haskell 201
- Phone: (773) 834-7807
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office hours: by appointment
William T. S. Mazzarella
(PhD, UC Berkeley, 2000; Neukom Family Professor) Politics and publicity; crowds and publics; critical theory; affect and aesthetics; psychoanalysis; ritual and performance; the occult shadow of the modern; India.
- Office: Haskell 213
- Phone: (773) 834-4873
- Email: email@example.com
- Office hours: by appointment
(PhD, New York University, 2019; Assistant Professor) Sociocultural anthropology; Native and Indigenous studies; sovereignty and jurisdiction; settler colonialism; environment; water governance; Navajo Nation; Indigenous media.
- Office: Haskell M135
- Phone: (773) 702-0297
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office hours: Sign up at https://calendly.com/tmontoya
Constantine V. Nakassis
(PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 2010; Associate Professor; Resource Faculty in Cinema and Media Studies; Faculty Associate in Comparative Human Development; Chair, Committee on Southern Asian Studies) Linguistic anthropology; semiotics; film theory; mass media; trademark law, brands, and counterfeiting; youth culture; India. (On leave for the 2023-24 academic year)
- Office: Haskell 324
- Phone: (773) 834-4810
- Email: email@example.com
(PhD, Brown, 2015; Assistant Professor) Archaeology and ethnohistory; waste, refuse, and reuse; zooarchaeology; human-animal relationships; landscape archaeology; human-environment interactions; Mesoamerica.
- Office: Haskell M-134
- Phone: (773) 834-5691
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(PhD, Columbia, 2017; Assistant Professor) Socio-cultural anthropology; law and subjectivity; postcolonial critique; violence and temporality; African history and politics.
- Office: Haskell 331
- Phone: (773) 834-5693
- Email: email@example.com
- Office hours: Mondays 1:30-3 pm. Sign up via email first.
Stephan Palmié, Director of Undergraduate Studies
(D.Phil, University of Munich, 1989; Habilitation U Munich 1999; Norman & Edna Freehling Professor) Sociocultural anthropology; Afro-Caribbean religions; forms of historical consciousness; constructions of race and ethnicity; embodiment and personhood; food and cuisine; science and rationality; Cuba.
- Office: Haskell 212
- Phone: (773) 834-1576
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
François G. Richard, Director of Graduate Studies
(PhD, Syracuse University, 2007; Associate Professor of Anthropology, Romance Languages & Literatures, and of the Social Sciences in the College) Historical anthropology/archaeology; capitalism & political economy; politics; space & landscapes; materiality; temporality; rural communities; race; Frenchness; social theory; colonialism and postcolonialism; West Africa and Atlantic World; Mexico; France.
- Office: Haskell 211
- Phone: (773) 702-7714
- Email: email@example.com
(PhD UC Berkeley 2021; Postdoctoral Fellow 2022-2023; Assistant Professor 2023) Interaction; spatiality and co-presence; ethics; Islam; the speaking body; family life; 'the Gulf'/al-Khalij; infrastructure; Modern South Arabian (Semitic) languages; language shift; semiotics
- Office: Haskell 223
- Phone: (773)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kaushik Sunder Rajan
(PhD, MIT, 2002; Professor; Co-Director of the Chicago Center for Contemporary Theory) Biotechnology; capitalism; comparative ethnography; genomics; globalization; nation-state; political economy; post-colonialism; science and technology studies; subjectivity; India. (On leave 2022-23)
- Office: Haskell 314
- Phone: (773) 702-6151
- Email: email@example.com
(PhD, Stanford, 2018; Assistant Professor) Policing; governance; migration; mobility; post-coloniality; the state in Africa; the politics of representation; conceptions of xenophobia; Southern Africa, especially Zimbabwe and South Africa.
- Office: Haskell 338
- Phone: (773) 834-5692
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Russell H. Tuttle
(PhD, UC Berkeley, 1965; Professor) Physical anthropology; primatology; hominoid evolution; human anatomy; paleoanthropology; history of physical anthropology; Africa.
- Office: Haskell 134 / Haskell 027
- Phone: (773) 702-7719
- Email: email@example.com
(PhD, UC Berkeley, 2015; Assistant Professor; associated faculty in the Divinity School) critical Indigenous studies; history and time; labor ethics; sexual economies; kinship; environmental governance; bureaucracy; critical theory; aesthetics and the senses; postcolonial studies; cartography; Central Andes, Bolivia.
- Office: Haskell 205
- Phone: (773) 702-6755
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office hours: They are held virtually Thursdays 12-2 PM. Students can book a slot at: https://profwinchell.youcanbook.me
(PhD, University of Michigan, 2008; Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies) Archaeology; complex societies; imperialism; cross cultural interactions; China, mainland Southeast Asia. (On leave 2022-23)
- Office: Haskell 318
- Phone: (773) 702-8674
- Email: email@example.com
- Office hours: by sign-up: https://calendly.com/yaohuiyun/fall-office-hours