Faculty Overview


Department Chair

DANIEL L. BOXBERGER website | email
Professor & Chair
Ph.D. University of British Columbia

Interests: ethnohistory, method & theory, indigenous rights, North American Indians; Northwest Coast.


SARAH K. CAMPBELL website | email
Professor
Ph.D. University of Washington

Interests: Pacific Northwest prehistory, hunter-gatherer adaptations, archaeological method and theory.


JOYCE D. HAMMOND website | email
Professor
Ph.D. University of Illinois

Interests: gender studies, visual anthropology, participatory action research, expressive and popular culture (particularly photographic, film & video representations), tourism, fieldwork methods and museum studies; Pacific.

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TODD A. KOETJE website | email
Associate Professor
Ph.D. University of Tennessee

Interests: archaeology, quantitative methods, spatial studies, method and theory; Paleolithic Old World, Paleoindian-Archaic Northeast US.


JAMES LOUCKY website | email
Professor
Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles

Interests: human rights, immigration and border policies, political ecology, community well being, intercultural education, Mesoamerican diaspora communities; Latin America, North America.


ROBERT C. MARSHALL website | email
Professor
Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh

Interests: political economy, symbolism, Marxist anthropology, aging; East Asia, Japan.


M.J. MOSHER website | email
Assistant Professor
Ph.D. University of Kansas

Interests: anthropological genetics, epigenetics, nutrition, adipokines, human variation and adaptation, Arctic Populations.


JUDITH M.S. PINE website | email
Assistant Professor
Ph.D. University of Washington

Interests: linguistic anthropology, literacy theory, upland peoples of SE Asia/SW China, indigenousness, globalization/borders, language maintenance/endangerment.


KATHLEEN SAUNDERS email
Senior Instructor
ABD, University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Interests: anthropology of science and technology, production and reproduction, biomedical ethics, political economy.


JOAN C. STEVENSON website |email
Professor
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Interests: medical anthropology, food allergies, historical demography, biocultural evolution, osteology, primate evolution, ADHD; Europe and North America.


KATHLEEN YOUNG website | email
Associate Professor
Ph.D. Simon Fraser University

Interests: war/violence and human rights, death and dying, gender, religion, ethnic relations, cross-cultural law; Dalmatia, Bosnia and affiliated ethnic groups in Northwest Washington State.


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