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Mary Beth Fitts

January 31, 2023

Alumni Hall 101C Research Interests My research focuses on the materiality and logistics of American Indian persistence in Southeastern North America from the arrival of European colonists to the present day. I seek to document strategies adopted by Indigenous communities … Continued

Aalyia Sadruddin

July 1, 2021

Office: Alumni 401B Areas of Interest Medical Anthropology; Aging; Care; Disability; Demographic Transitions; Emergent Biomedical Technologies; Health; Political Culture; Violence; Contemporary Social Theory; Paraethnography; Storytelling; Africa, with a special focus on Rwanda. Education Ph.D., Anthropology, Yale University, 2020 M.A., Sociology … Continued

Caela O’Connell

August 22, 2019

Office: Alumni 413A Environmental anthropology; human-environment relationships; socio-ecological interdependencies; risk; crisis; change; anthropologies of water, economics, disaster, and engagement; interdisciplinary and mixed research methodologies; food and agricultural studies; rural and agrarian communities; the Caribbean and the Americas    

Jocelyn Lim Chua

March 18, 2019

Associate Professor Email: jlchua(@) Phone: (919) 962-1145 Office: 307 Alumni Building Click here to schedule a meeting Academia Page Areas of Interest: Anthropologies and politics of health and well-being; psychological anthropology; sociocultural anthropology; critical military studies; mental health and illness; … Continued

Charles Hilton

August 31, 2018

Education: Ph.D., Biological Anthropology, University of New Mexico, 1997 M.P.H., Epidemiology, University of Michigan, 2013 Research Interests: Human evolutionary anatomy Postcranial evolution of the genus Homo Hunter-gatherer and pastoralist behavioral ecology Human paleopathology Epidemiology Courses Taught: Introduction to Anthropology Modern … Continued

Florence E Babb

January 12, 2018

Fax: (919) 962-1613 Office: 407 Alumni Hall Area of Interest: Cultural/economic/feminist anthropology; gender, race, and sexuality; critical development studies; urbanization in the global South; tourism studies; Latin American studies; Central Andes, Central America. Education: PhD, State University of New York … Continued

Rachel Briggs

July 11, 2017

Office: 409B Education: 2017 Ph.D., Anthropology, University of Alabama Dissertation: From Bitter Seeds: The Role of the Hominy Foodway in the Early History of Moundville. Chairs: Vernon J. Knight, Jr., and Ian W. Brown; Committee members: William Dressler, C. Margaret … Continued