• Dr. Susan Brownell China, sports and body culture, the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, and Olympic studies.
  • Dr. Sheilah Clarke-Ekong Change and continuity in contemporary West African cultures, African organizational  structures, women's participation in the informal economies of the urban United States and South Africa, African geography and cultural education.
  • Dr. Michael Cosmopoulos Old World archaeology, emergence of states and social complexity in Greece, Greece from the Neolithic Period, rise of Greek city-states and Classical Greece.
  • Dr. Maris Boyd Gillette She is a sociocultural anthropologist and filmmaker who has studied porcelain workers and entrepreneurs in Jingdezhen (southeast China) and urban Chinese Muslims in Xi’an (northwest China).
  • Dr. Margo Hurwicz She teaches the Practicum in Cultural Research Methods, Growing Old in Other Cultures, and Medical Anthropology.
  • Dr. Sarah Lacy She is a biological anthropologist and her research explores explores differential frequencies of caries, periodontal disease, and ante mortem tooth loss in Neanderthals and early modern humans across Europe and Southwest Asia, in the context of their prevalence’s among recent humans.
    Dr. Laura Miller She has published more than fifty articles and book chapters on Japanese culture and language, including topics such as the Korean wave, English loanwords in Japanese, the Abeno Seimei boom, girls’ slang, and print club photos.
  • Jennifer Nolan Her teaching interests include gender studies, popular culture, archaelogy and museum studies.
  • Dr. Patti Wright Midwestern U.S., Mesoamerica, Peru, paleoethnobotany, origins of food production, history of archaeology, archaeological methods and formation processes.

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