Anita L. Alvarado
Areas of Research: biocultural anthropology, medical anthropology of women and ethnic groups; Southwest, Europe, Mexico.
University of Arizona, PhD, 1974
Richard A. Barrett
Areas of Research: ethnology, peasant societies, urban anthropology; Mediterranean.
University of Michigan, PhD, 1970
Garth L. Bawden
Professor; Director, Maxwell Museum
Areas of Research: Andean prehistory, early complex society; Near East, South America.
Harvard University, PhD, 1977 email@example.com
Areas of Research: ethnology, language, and culture, ethnomusicology; North America, Mexico.
Harvard University, PhD, 1962 firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard C. Chapman
Research Associate Professor
Areas of Research: settlement analysis, lithic technology, cultural resources management; US Southwest.
University of New Mexico, PhD, 1980
E. James Dixon
Areas of Research: Arctic archeology, Paleoindian archeology, Quaternary paleoecology, high altitude - high latitude adaptations, museum studies.
Brown University, Ph.D, 1979
Distinguished Professor of Anthropology
Areas of Research: Cultural poetics and politics; aesthetics, sound, senses and media; world music; globalization, cosmopolitanisms and modernities; place; Papua New Guinea, West Africa.
Indiana University, PhD, 1979 Website email@example.com
University of California-San Diego, PhD, 1974
Patrick F. Hogan
Research Associate Professor
Washington State University, PhD, 1987 firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas of Research: ethnology, social organization and kinship, theory, political economy, gender, women and work, urban anthropology; US Southwest.
Harvard University, PhD, 1968 email@example.com | Website
Areas of Research: Primate social behavior, evolution of human behavior, reproductive biology, parental investment, life history.
University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D, 1967
Areas of Research: class, nationalism, ethnicity and culture, political economy, transnationalism, human rights, public policy; east-central Europe, Mexico, US-Mexico border.
University of California-Irvine, PhD, 1985 firstname.lastname@example.org
Joseph F Powell
Areas of Research: Skeletal biology, people of the world, dental anthropology, forensic; North American, Brazil.
Texas A&M University, PhD, 1995 email@example.com
Ann F. Ramenofsky
Areas of Research: archaeology, analytical methods, Spanish colonization, epidemic disease; US Southeast and Southwest.
University of Washington, PhD, 1982 firstname.lastname@example.org
J Stanley Rhine
Professor; Research Professor, Maxwell Museum
Areas of Research: biological anthropology, Osteology, forensics, human evolution.
University of Colorado, PhD, 1969 email@example.com
Professor; Director, Alfonso Ortiz Center for Intercultural Studies
Areas of Research: ethnic relations and identity, tourism, land and water issues.
Stanford University, PhD, 1981 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mari Lyn Salvador
Professor; Curator, Maxwell Museum
Areas of Research: expressive culture, art, museology; Portugal, Panama, Mexico.
University of California-Berkeley, PhD, 1976 email@example.com
Karl H Schwerin
Areas of Research: ethnology, cultural evolution, complex societies, history of anth; Mesoamerica, South America.
University of California-Los Angeles, PhD, 1965 firstname.lastname@example.org
James M Sebring
Areas of Research: ethnology, social organization, value systems; South Asia.
University of California-Berkeley, PhD, 1968
Beverly R. Singer
Areas of Research: Anthropology and Native American Studies, Director of the Institute for American Indian Research; indigenous film and video, critical studies of images and narratives produced and written by indigenous peoples.
University of New Mexico, Ph.D, 1996
University Regents Professor
Areas of Research: folklore, oral narrative, woman and oral tradition, tourism; US Southwest.
University of Pennsylvania, PhD, 1971 email@example.com