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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 … Read more

Heather Lapham

November 4, 2016

Associate Director, Research Labs of Archaeology Office: Alumni Hall 107B Archaeology, zooarchaeology, colonial-era deerskin trade, urban animal economies, creation and use of secondary animal products, southeastern United States, southern Mexico Personal page  

Angela Stuesse

July 5, 2016

Website: AngelaStuesse.com Fax: 919-962-1613 Office: Alumni Hall 413C Areas of Interest: Neoliberal globalization; race, ethnicity, and identity; migration; human rights; labor; methodologies of activist research; the U.S. South and Southwest; Latino and Latin America; Equatorial Guinea Education: Ph.D., Anthropology, University Texas, Austin … Read more

Martha King

July 1, 2016

Office: 403D Fax: 919-962-1613 Department of Anthropology University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 301 Alumni Bldg CB #3115 Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3115 Email: marthae@live.unc.edu   Areas of Interest: ontologies of the body; belief systems; cultures of biomedicine; genomics & society … Read more

Margaret J Wiener

November 11, 2013

Fax: (919) 962-1613 Office: 405 Alumni Bldg. Area of Interest: Actor Network Theory, Ontology, and Science Studies; History and Memory; Magic; Human and Animal Relations; Colonial Societies; Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Bali. Education: Ph.D., 1990, University of Chicago. Research & Activities: Broadly speaking, … Read more

Colin Thor West

November 11, 2013

Fax: (919) 962-1613 Office: Alumni 409-D My research focuses on the human ecology of global change. I am interested in the ways in which societies adapt to the twin processes of global environmental and social change. My methods include participatory mapping, remote … Read more

Amanda Thompson

November 11, 2013

Phone: (919) 843-8978 Fax: (919) 962-1613 Office: 302 Alumni Area of Interest: Biomedical anthropology, nutrition, human biology, early life determinants of body composition and obesity, infant and child feeding Education: Ph.D. Anthropology, Emory University, 2007 MPH Public Nutrition/Global Health, Rollins School … Read more

Vincas P Steponaitis

November 11, 2013

Fax: (919) 962-1613 Office: 109 Alumni Bldg. Area of Interest: Archaeology, Political Economy, Chiefdoms, Quantitative Methods, North America. Education: Ph.D., Michigan, 1980. Research & Activities: Research Background: Most of my archaeological field work has been in the southeastern United States, … Read more

Mark Sorensen

November 11, 2013

Fax: (919) 962-1613 Office: 305 Alumni Bldg. Area of Interest: Biological Anthropology; Health and Culture Change; Adaptability; Energetics; Nutrition; Russia; Siberia; Ecuador Education: Ph.D. Northwestern University 2003. Research & Activities: Research Background: I am a biological anthropologist specializing in biocultural and evolutionary … Read more

Karla Slocum

November 11, 2013

Fax: (919) 962-1613 Office: 305B Alumni Bldg. Area of Interest:My current research interests concern blackness and freedom; place identities; black-identified communities and history, and rural transformations. Geographically, my work has focused in the Caribbean and the United States. Education: Ph.D., University … Read more