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.
Research: Biocultural anthropologist who studies how oppression gets under the skin. I study cultural and biological variance in transgender people across the U.S.
|Julieta Chaparro Buitrago|
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: 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.