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Administrative & Operations Coordinator

Helps with personnel actions, reappointments, payroll needs, facilities requests, office supplies, general office support, and event planning.

Assistant Professor 

headshot Anna Antoniou

Professor Antoniou specializes in community-engaged methods, collaborative & applied anthropology, community-based participatory research, Indigenous foodways, food sovereignty and Indigenous rights, pacific northwest of North America, zooarchaeology, historical & contemporary archaeology.

headshot Anna Antoniou

Assistant Professor

Lynnette Arnold

Professor Arnold specializes in linguistic anthropology, racism in language, and anthropology and social justice, especially in reference to American and Salvadoran society.

Lynnette Arnold

Provost Professor

Sonya Atalay

Professor Atalay specializes in Native American archaeology

Sonya Atalay

Associate 5 College Professor

Felicity Aulino

Professor Aulino specializes in medical anthropology, and critical phenomenology, especially in relation to Buddhism and Thai culture

Felicity Aulino

Ph.D. Candidate in Department of Anthropology

A headshot of Çağla Ay.

Çağla’s Ph.D. project investigates the discrepancies and inequalities that appear in the state, science, and capital intersections by transnationally tracing the propagation and production of an orange cultivar grown in southern Turkey. Simultaneously, she explores the possibility of creatively imagining these intersections through a decolonial praxis that addresses historical and local epistemologies. Çağla was selected as a Mellon Ph.D. fellow for 2022-23 and through this fellowship, she became a part of The World Studies Interdisciplinary Project (WSIP) which establishes an international

A headshot of Çağla Ay.

Undergraduate Alum

headshot Maia Batista

Undergrad Alum and current Environmental Data Analyst

headshot Maia Batista

Professor

Whitney Battle-Baptiste

Professor Baptiste specializes in African Diaspora theory/archaeology, Black feminist theory, and black culture in North America and the Caribbean

Whitney Battle-Baptiste

Ph.D. Candidate

A headshot of Caren Bendror.

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.

A headshot of Caren Bendror.

Ph.D. Candidate Department of Anthropology

Victoria Bochniak.

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.

Victoria Bochniak.

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