Research: Native Hawaiian identity formation and social media
Research: My primary research foci are bioarchaeology, paleopathology, mortuary archaeology, forensics, Indigenous archaeology, NAGPRA & Repatriation, community-based archaeology, population histories, biological distance, migration, and social organization. I am interested in theorizing the concept of "insularity", migration in the Neolithic British isles, and in using bioarchaeological techniques and data to ask questions about islandscapes and Seascapes.
Research: Evolutionary physiology, diversity, and evolution of human eccrine sweating, the evolution of human endurance.
Research: Indigenous archaeology, ethnography, historical archaeology and outreach, ethnography of archaeology, the examination of transitional sites for North American tribes during the early reservation period.
Research: Research examines place branding strategies employed to make place "attractive" in EAstern France, language ideologies, materialities and conceptions of space and place under late-capitalism
|Eunice Caetano e Silva|
Research: I am interested in the Anthropology of housing, materiality in the domestic sphere and particularly curious about the social dynamics of communal living.
|Julieta Chaparro Buitrago (defended November 2020)|
Research: Decolonial feminisms, anthropology of reproduction, memory studies, human rights, engaged anthropology, Latin America, Peru.
Research: Childhood, families, child-rearing, immigration, and the tensions and challenges that arise when immigrant parents receive culturally uninformed advice from authority institutions
Research: She has 7 years of work experience in the policy space and civil society organizations in India. Her personal experiences and field insights have shaped the focus of her current research interests in topics such as state-citizen relations, resource allotment, equity, women's role.
Research: I am into the always ready world-making projects that exist despite capitalist modernity and colonization as well as art as a practice and mode of research toward a non-capitalist and decolonial future.
|Ana del Conde|
Research: Political anthropology, feminist theory, (in)security, collective action, and social justice. Multiple forms of insecurity that indigenous women experience in Mexico.
Key Words: medical anthropology, visual anthropology, anthropology of Europe, US and Italy/Sardinia, ethnography of genetic syndromes, heritable genetic disorders, disability studies, abelism, race and culture, intersubjectivity, anthro of families and childhood
Research: gender-based violence against Palestinian women, and how the intersection between patriarchy & settler colonialism fuel its ongoing system of oppression.
Research: Social movements, political ecology, energy, science and technology, climate justice and degrowth, Spain.
Research: Evolution and ecology of baboons (Papio, sp), biogeography, movement ecology, gut microbiome diversity in Kinda Baboon (P. kindae), conservation and community outreach, Zambia and Malawi.