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    Anthropology Biographies - University of Minnesota at Mankato directory of anthropology biographies.

    Rubenstein, Joe - Professor of Anthropology at Stockton College.

    Wilk, Richard - Cultural anthropologist and professor at Indiana University. Biographical information and various projects, including software reviews and the Global Consumer Culture Project.

    Ruby, Jay - Professor of Anthropology and director of graduate program in the anthropology of visual communication at Temple University. Includes a list of his publications available online.

    Bernard, H. Russell - Cultural anthropologist at the University of Florida. Includes curriculum vitae, class materials, and a list of his academic papers available online.

    Schmidt, Karen L. - A biocultural anthropologist at the University of Pittsburgh, currently working on facial expression and schizophrenia, as well as on the adaptive significance child behavior cross-culturally.

    English-Lueck, J.A. - A tenured professor of Anthropology at San Jose State University in California, currently working on an ethnography of Silicon Valley cultures and their connection to centers of high technology worldwide.

    Dow, James Winslow - Anthropology professor at Oakland University. Includes collection of online papers and articles.

    Worth, Sol - The posthumous home page of a pioneer in visual anthropology. Includes some of Worth's publications for downloading.

    Sperber, Dan - Site of the French anthropologist and cognitive scientist, with brief biography and online texts.

    Crawford, David - University of California, Santa Barbara anthropologist and Arab-Islamic specialist. Site contains links to published and unpublished reports on the anthropology of North Africa.

    Beeman, William O. - Brown University anthropologist. Includes links to online papers and publications on linguistic anthropology, performance, culture and identity.

    Cushing, Frank Hamilton - Biographical sketch of the 19th Century ethnologist who lived among the Zuni.

    Bateson, Gregory - Features a biography, a bibliography, a forum, and articles focusing on Bateson's epistemological work.

    Kroeber, Alfred L. - A biography of Kroeber's life and catalog of his contributions to the field of anthropology.

    Sexton, James D. - Anthropology instructor at Northern Arizona University.

    Culin, Stewart - Historic information about a 19th and Early 20th Century (1858-1929) Ethnologist-Sinologist. Includes full text reprints of his shorter contributions to anthropology.

    Loker, William - Web site of the CSU Chico professor that discusses his research in applied anthropology in Honduras.

    Wiedman, Dennis - Applied anthropologist and director of the Program Review Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness at the Florida International University.

    Cashdan, Elizabeth - Anthropology professor at the University of Utah who studies sex differences and reproductive strategies, hormones and behavior, spatial organization and exchange.

    Stein, Julie K. - Professor of Anthropology at the University of Washington. Includes vitae, publications, and information for prospective graduate students.

    Nachman, Steven R. - a cultural anthropologist at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania who has conducted ethnographic research in Papua New Guinea and Haiti as well as among Haitian refugees in South Florida.

    Hickey, Joseph V. - Professor of cultural anthropology at Emporia State University.

    Mitchell, Winifred - Associate Professor in the Anthropology Department of Minnesota State University, Mankato.

    Beck, Lois C. - Professor of sociocultural anthropology at Washington University in St. Louis.

    Watson, Patty Jo - Professor of Anthropology at Washington University in St. Louis.

    Igoe, James J. - Professor of anthropology at Washington University in St. Louis whose primary research and teaching interests revolve around the intersection of local and global cultural institutions.

    Stoner, Bradley P. - Professor of anthropology at Washington University in St. Louis whose research focuses on issues at the interface of anthropology, medicine and public health.

    Pandey, Shanta - Professor of anthropology at Washington University in St. Louis whose research focuses on factors that affect women's pursuit of economic opportunities and rural development in Nepal.

    Stone, Glenn Davis - Professor of anthropology at Washington University in St. Louis whose research focuses on social, spatial, and political aspects of agriculture, sustainability, and biotechnology.

    Brown, Margaret L. - Anthropologist at Washington University in St. Louis whose research interests are on examining the connection between social norms and the development of beliefs about the social world.

    Boyd, Robert - Professor of anthropology at UCLA whose research interests focuses on mathematical models of human behavior.

    Fiske, Alan Page - Associate Professor of Anthropology at UCLA whose research and teaching explores the ways in which culture, psychology, and natural selection operate together to shape human sociality.

    Brewis, Alexandra - An anthropologists at the University of Geogria whose primary research focus is on the ecology of childrens behavior.

    Barker, John - University of British Columbia anthropologist interested in religion, missionaries and conversion in colonial settings.

    Bloch, Alexia - University of British Columbia professor whose research focuses on hierarchies of power, visual anthropology, and feminist anthropology

    Creighton, Millie - University of British Columbia professor whose research interests include Japanese society and culture.

    Cruikshank, Julie - University of British Columbia anthropologist whose research interests include subarctic ethnography, circumpolar political developments, and North American ethnohistory.

    Currie, Dawn - University of British Columbia anthropologist who researches gender inequality and feminist theory.

    Stansbury, James - Professor at the University of Florida whose research interests are in the medical anthropology of Central and South America.

    Phillips, Ruth - University of British Columbia anthropology professor whose research interest includes museum theory, and touristic commodification of art.

    Stoddart, Ken - University of British Columbia anthropology instructor who teaches urban ethnography, autobiography, film and cultural studies.

    Muratorio, Blanca - University of British Columbia ethnographer whose research interests include Amazonian societies, women in the Third World, religion and ethnicity.

    Kilbride, Philip L. - Anthropologist at Bryn Mawr College whose concentration is on the cultures of East Africa where he has conducted research projects in Uganda and Kenya.

    Eickelman, Dale F. - Dartmouth College Professor whose research interests include religion and politics in the Middle East and North Africa.

    Furbee, Louanna - A professor of Linguistic Anthropology at the University of Missouri, Columbia whose intellectual concerns are language, culture, and thought, and the relationships among them.

    Benfer, Robert A. - Professor of Anthropology at the University of Missouri, Columbia whose main research focus has been on the bioarchaeology of the central coast and western flanks of the Andes.

    Matory, J. Lorand - Professor at Harvard University who is interested in spirit possession, gender, ethnicity and transnationalism in West Africa.

    Glenn, Mary - Professor at Humbolt State University who researches primate behavior, ecology and conservation in the Caribbean and Africa.

    Feinberg, Richard - Professor at Kent State University who researches kinship and social organization, political development, indigenous seafaring techniques in Oceana and Native North America.

    Whiteford, Michael B. - Professor at Iowa State University whose research interests focus on alternative curing practices and health-care decision-making processes in Latin America.

    Ilahiane, Hsain - Professor at Iowa State University whose primary research focuses on natural and cultural resource management, ethnicity and social mobility, and technological and agricultural change.

    Hamrick, Mark W. - Kent State University faculty member interested in anatomy, primate paleontology and human evolution.

    Lovejoy, C. Owen - Kent State University professor who researches biomechanics, forensics, skeletal biology and human evolution.

    Meindl, Richard S. - Kent State University instructor who teaches primate ecology and behavior.

    Prufer, Olaf H. - Professor at Kent State University who teaches psychological anthropology, culture conflict, North American and Old World prehistory.

    Edwards, Jay D. - Professor at Louisiana State University who researches folklore and vernacular architecture in the Caribbean, and Louisiana.

    Moskowitz, Marc L. - Professor at Lake Forest College interested in fetus-spirits and ghosts in modern Taiwan.

    Riner, Reed D. - Professor at Northern Arizona University who studied applied anthropology as it relates to the enculturation Native American Indians.

    Small, Cathy - Anthropology professor at Northern Arizona University researching culture change, gender issues, applied, and development in Polynesia.

    Sandweiss, Dan - Anthropology professor at the University of Maine who studies climate change.

    Sanger, David - Anthropology professor at the University of Maine with expertise in the ecology of maritime hunter gatherers and the causes and effects of climatic events on small scale societies.

    Munson, Henry - University of Maine anthropology professor whose interests include the comparative study of religion, and religion and politics.

    McCullough, John M. - Professor at the University of Utah interested in ecological genetics and human variation.

    Hage, Per - Anthropology professor at the University of Utah researching kinship and social organization, structural analysis and social networks in Oceania.

    Hawkes, Kristen - Anthropology professor at the University of Utah interested in documenting the sociobiology of hunter-gatherers.

    Loeb, Laurence D. - Professor at the University of Utah who studies Middle East ethnology, social organization, religion and ethnomusicology.

    O'Rourke, Dennis H. - Anthropology professor at the University of Utah researching population and evolutionary genetics and human epidemiology.

    Rodseth, Lars T. - Anthropology professor at the University of Utah who researches historical anthropology, kinship and social organization in Tibet and Nepal.

    Little, Kenneth - Instructor at York University interested in analysis of society as spectacle, visual culture, and of popular cultural performance in both Euro-North American and postcolonial cultures.

    Rodman, Margaret - Professor at York University who conducts research on Canadian housing, especially non-profit cooperatives.

    Adelson, N. - Instructor at York University interested in the cultural construction of health.

    Blincow, Malcolm - Instructor at York University who teaches cultural anthropology.

    Gold, Gerald - Professor at York University who studies the anthropology of disability and cultural definitions of accessibility.

    Gururani, Shubra - Researcher at York University who explores the multiple discourses of conservationalist control that shaped the governance practices of colonial resource use regimes in the Central Himalayas from a feminist perspective.

    Gulliver, Phillip - Professor at York University whose main interests are in the fields of law and social control and of local-level politics, with particular specialization on processes of dispute management and decision-making.

    Harries-Jones, Peter - Instructor at York University who teaches cultural anthropology and maintains a continuing interest in the politics of Central and Southern Africa.

    Nagata, Judith - Anthropologist at York University who researches Amish ethnicity.

    Aunger, Robert - Biological anthropologist at the University of Cambridge with interests in human cultural evolution, memes and memetics. Features his studies of food taboos among pygmy foragers and horticulturalists in the Ituri Forest of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

    White, Douglas R. - University of California Irvine researcher interested in the dynamics and organizational theory of social networks and in complex adaptive systems.

    Romalis, Shelly - Anthropologist at York University who studies the effects of economic and technological change on the banana industry in the Caribbean island of St. Lucia.

    Schrauwers, Albert - Anthropologist at York University who published a book on the nineteenth century, communitarian "Children of Peace" who lived in Sharon, Ontario.

    Silverman, Marilyn - Anthropologist at York University whose interests lie in political anthropology and agrarian studies.

    Van Esterik, Penny - Anthropologist at York University who has done research in Southeast Asia (Thailand and Indonesia) with some additional field experience in Kenya, Colombia and the United States.

    Bacigalupo, Ana Mariella - Professor at the University of Buffalo who researches religion, ritual, gender, in indigenous highland South America

    Berman, Carol M. - Anthropologist at the University of Buffalo who researches primate social development.

    Dentan, Robert K. - Anthropology professor at the University of Buffalo who studies social organization, ecology and ritual in Southeast Asia and Africa.

    Duggleby, Christine R. - Anthropologist at the University of Buffalo researching human population biology, genetics and evolutionary theory.

    Frake, Charles O. - Professor at the University of Buffalo who researches cultural ecology and cognitive anthropology in Southeast Asia, the Philippines, and Europe.

    Otterbein, Keith F. - Research specialist at the University of Buffalo who studies warfare, social structure and cultural ecology of peoples of the Caribbean and West Africa.

    Sirianni, Joyce E. - Distinguished Teaching Professor at the University of Buffalo who teaches craniofacial growth and development, and biological anthropology.

    Steegmann, A.T. - Phyisical anthropologist ath the University of Buffalo interested in adaptive human biology.

    Laurie, John - Anthropologist and subject librarian for the New Zealand and Pacific Collection archived at the University of Auckland.

    Hagen, Edward H. - A biological anthropologist at the University of California, Santa Barbara conducting research with the Shuar people of Ecuador.

    Kenyon, Susan - Associate professor of anthropology and director of the anthropology program at Butler University. Professor Kenyon's research expertise includes gender studies, religion and healing, in Africa.

    Judd, Ellen R. - Professor of social anthropology at the University of Manitoba whose research interests includes gender and kinship in China.

    Koolage, William W. - Associate professor of cultural and medical anthropology at the University of Manitoba who studies indigenous societies of northern North America.

    Rubenstein, Hymie - Professor of anthropology at the University of Manitoba who studies the ethnology of the Caribbean.

    Wiest, Raymond E. - Professor of anthropology at the University of Manitoba who studies social organization, political economy, gender roles, migration and rural development in Mexico and Bangladesh.

    Smeltzoff, Sarah K. - University of Miami anthropology professor who studies industrial and small-scale fisheries analyses in the Indo-Pacific and Spanish West Africa.

    Allen, Mark - Pomona College anthropology instructor whose interests include cultural resource management in New Zealand.

    Ward, Carol V. - University of Missouri anthropologist with a specialization in human adaptation and biological variation.

    Turnbull, Colin - A short biography from Science News of the celebrated anthropologist who launched the study of African pygmies in the 1950's.

    Jackson, Jason Baird - A professor and curator at the University of Oklahoma. The site includes information on his research among the Yuchi, a Native American people in Eastern Oklahoma.

    Colson, Elizabeth - Biographical overview of the University of California, Berkeley Emeritus Professor that details her contributions to the field of Cultural Anthropology.

    Leacock, Eleanor Burke - Eminent American cultural anthropologist recognized primarily for her enthohistorical studies of the subarctic Innu and her contributions to feminist anthropology.

    Wissler, Clark - A biographical sketch of the anthropologist associated with the Culture Area concept.

    Sapir, Edward - A leading figure in twentieth-century linguistics and anthropology who specialized in Canadian native populations.

    Brink, Judy H. - Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Lock Haven University. Research interests include the study of native peoples in North America and Africa.

    Banks, David J. - Professor at the University of Buffalo researching kinship, culture, historical methods, and contemporary social change in Southeast Asia.

    Babb, Florence E. - University of Iowa researcher interested in gender and sexuality, comparative political economies, and urbanization in Latin America (especially Nicaragua and Peru).

    Fisher, Helen - A biographical profile of the Rutgers anthropologist, whose interests include the evolution of human sexuality and gender differences in brain and behavior.

    Richard, Alison F. - F. M. Crosby Professor of the Human Environment and Curator, Peabody Museum Provost of Yale University. Research interests focused on the the social behavior of primates.

    Chibnik, Michael - Economic anthropologist at the University of Iowa interested in agricultural systems and artisans in Mexico and Peru.

    Ciochon, Russell - Professor at the University of Iowa who studies primate anatomy behavior, ecology and conservation in Southeast Asia, China, India and Indonesia.


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