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Clare Fawcett, Ph.D., Associate Professor
- Japanese archaeology, medical anthropology, anthropology of tourism
Mikael Haller, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
- Comparative approach to studying the emergence and development of complex societies; quantitative methods and computer applications to archaeology (GIS/CAD); settlement patterns; household archaeology; Mesoamerica; Lower Central America.
Christina Holmes, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor
- Anthropology of science and technology, medical anthropology, and biotechnology, with particular interest in topics relating to agriculture and food. Ethnographic research areas: Canada and Colombia.
Michelle Lelievre, Ph.D. candidate, Adjunct Professor
- Anthropological approach to historical archaeology; Mobility and the construction of land and landscapes; Archaeological, ethnographic and historical approaches to understanding Mi’kmaw societies, Northeastern North
L. Jane McMillan, Ph.D., Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Peoples and Sustainable Communities/Associate Professor
- Indigenous peoples, legal anthropology
Adam Menzies, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor
Anthropological archaeology and the study of emerging social inequalities in early hierarchical societies, household archaeology, craft specialization, lithic technology, Mesoamerica, Central America and northern South America
A. Katherine Patton, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
- Coastal hunter-gatherer adaptations in the Canadian Maritime provinces and the northern Northwest Coast of North America, with particular emphasis on shell midden archaeological sites; zooarchaeology and shellfish analysis; household and settlement archaeology; resource management in hunter-gatherer economies.
Susan Vincent, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Coordinator of Anthropology Program
- Development anthropology, Anthropology of globalization, Community development, Peru.